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1933 Perfume Oil (Retiring)

1933 Perfume Oil (Retiring)

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Please note that this fragrance will be retiring at the beginning of December.

Aroma palette is herbal, masculine, and woodsy and highlights include cedar barrel, charred wood, frosted lavender, fresh cut grass, fresh limes, and verdant forests. 

This masculine blend is reminiscent of vintage mens colognes from days gone by. Featuring a spicy herbal palette of cedar, vetiver, musk, lavender, and lime against a backdrop of deep green forests, this blend is a timeless and unique evocation.

This seductive blend begins with a full bodied dance between sandalwood and musk, gradually revealing glints of lime, lavender, and the faintest hint of greens on the dry down. 



Fractionated coconut oil, fragrance.

*We use skin-healthy fractionated coconut oil as a diluent for our oil-based fragrances due to it's non-greasy texture, odorlessness, stability, resistance to oxidation, and unparalleled shelf life.

*Our fragrances are composed of the highest quality essential oils, plant extracts, phthalate free synthetics, house-made accords, absolutes, resins, c02s, isolates, aroma chemicals, professional perfumery bases, and unique compositions crafted by the artist.

What Are Perfume Oils?

Please note that these are not fragrance oils; they are perfume oils (artisan perfumes presented in oil format). They are meant to be worn on the skin and are not suitable for wax warmers, oil burners, or aroma diffusers. The only difference between our perfume oils and Eau de Parfums is the oil format. Many people prefer perfume oils because they wear close to the skin and unfold a bit more non-linearly than Eau de Parfums. For a more in-depth look at perfume oils, please peruse our knowledge base articles.

About Perfume Oils

Perfume oils do not unfold their complexity when experienced directly from the bottle. If you attempt to gauge the aroma of a perfume oil by smelling it from the bottle, your experience will not be accurate whatsoever. Always test perfumes on your body for the full experience.

Apply first to your pulse points (the inner wrists, the base of the throat, behind ear lobes, and the inner elbows) where it will warm with your body heat to unfold the fragrance.

Perfume oil, unlike alcohol-based perfumes, wears close to the skin. It warms on your body, adapts to your body chemistry, and creates a halo of scent on the body. As it fades, perfume oil can be applied throughout the day as a personal aromatic ritual.

Not recommended for those who are pregnant or nursing, children, or pets. Always patch test for potential allergies before applying liberally.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Wait for the dry-down!

This scent is mostly unremarkable to me straight from the bottle. However, once it hits my skin all the scents come out. The woodiness is most prevalent on me. Then, comes the dry down--it's sultry and comforting. I love this scent and will likely wear it often.

Alyson Y.

This scent jogs my memory as a past life flapper girl roaming around a speak easy. A deep and sultry scent, I never leave the house without it.

Alex Mottaz
A Classic But Well-Enhanced Scent

After having bought a sample pack, I found myself constantly coming back to this scent. This scent opens up like a classic men's cologne from yesteryear, but as soon as I try it on--scent changes to something truly foresty (with cedar smelling like bark, crisp lavender and greenery but with a juicy shot of lime and something dark and earthy (which I guess is the patchouli)). This scent is classy AND atmospheric, and smells like a cross of what Al Capone would smell like and Pan from greek mythology.

1933 perfume oil

I absolutely love it.... definitely going to try all the other ones too.... I love musky smells favorite is patchouli.