An exuberant patchouli perfume

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Lord of Misrule

Perfume Oil

An exuberant patchouli perfume
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A puckish, alcohol-free perfume oil that smoulders on the skin and dances on the edge of incense. Moreish and piquant, vanilla meets black pepper on a bed of patchouli. As it settles, sweetness and spice combine, and dark, smoky base notes come out to play.
 

cferretrun_5699421

About 3 months ago

Two dabs of oil on my wrist rubbed between them and my throat is more than enough for this scent to create a warm, spicy sweet aura around you all day. Every time I turn my head I catch the scent in my hair or on the collar of my shirt. While I love the perfume, I like how the...

15 Ingredients
Black Pepper Oil
Warming and stimulating
Sweet and soothing
Naturally moisturising

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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cferretrun_5699421

About 3 months ago

Two dabs of oil on my wrist rubbed between them and my throat is more than enough for this scent to create a warm, spicy sweet aura around you all day. Every time I turn my head I catch the scent in my hair or on the collar of my shirt. While I love the perfume, I like how the oil diffuses into your skin without the pungent alcohol scent. It’s more of a naturally clinging scent that you carry through the day than something obviously spritzed on and overwhelming for the few minutes it takes the alcohol to dissipate.

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cferretrun_5699421

About 3 months ago

Two dabs of oil on my wrist rubbed between them and my throat is more than enough for this scent to create a warm, spicy sweet aura around you all day. Every time I turn my head I catch the scent in my hair or on the collar of my shirt. While I love the perfume, I like how the oil diffuses into your skin without the pungent alcohol scent. It’s more of a naturally clinging scent that you carry through the day than something obviously spritzed on and overwhelming for the few minutes it takes the alcohol to dissipate.

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jenneal23

About 3 weeks ago

I’ve had this perfume for about a month and it’s exactly the same as the shower cream! Although I’m sad to notice that this perfume is leaving Lush soon along with some others. I guess I’ll have to stock up as this might be my last chance ever to buy it. Very sad indeed.

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