While many perfumes contain phthalates and other scary chemicals that are simply labeled “fragrance” on the ingredient lists, Honore des Pres perfumes contain no phthalates or synthetic perfumes. All the botanical ingredients in the perfume are certified organic; the perfume itself carries the European Ecocert label.
I do, however, strongly recommend trying out the perfume before committing to a 100 ml bottle of the stuff — especially since said bottle costs $145, and samples cost just $3. Some of the perfumes might not work for you. I found, for example, that putting on the Honore’s Trip scent made me smell almost exactly like I’d just peeled a juicy orange. The scent didn’t last long on me either — though perhaps others with a different body chemistry will smell different results.
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