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Now, Joya’s 2,000-square-foot studio in the Wallabout district is lined with aluminum drums of oils sourced from all over the world — rose from Bulgaria, vetiver from Haiti, patchouli from India.
The Luna Rossa Carbon Gift Set contains a full-sized fragrance that is rich and with notes of patchouli and amber and a shower gel in the same scent.
Layers of amber, patchouli, and tonka bean blend to create a woody aroma that is masculine with a touch of sweetness.
Here’s a silver bullet fix with dark, woodsy notes of rosewood, vetiver, and patchouli and moisturizing natural oils (jojoba, argan).
Burning longest and strongest are patchouli, cedar, and musk, the fragrant equivalent to throwing another log on the fire.
Subtle notes of nutmeg and myrrh oil are grounded by a base note of patchouli to create a beautiful blend for that special guy in your life.
And for a supremely confident flourish, an explosively floral scent radiates positivity with notes of sambac jasmine, cattleya orchid, and patchouli.
Believe, which was released during Britney’s mid-2000s breakdown, is a fruitchouli blend of guava, tangerine, honeysuckle, praline, and patchouli.
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