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Angie's Gift Corner

Your place for granulated wax melts, fragrance oils, and household gifts!

Your place for granulated wax melts, fragrance oils, and household gifts!

Your place for granulated wax melts, fragrance oils, and household gifts!Your place for granulated wax melts, fragrance oils, and household gifts!Your place for granulated wax melts, fragrance oils, and household gifts!

Perfume Oil Roll-on's

Our cosmetic grade Premium Perfume Roll-on's are blends of oils that capture the most aromatic scents known. They are blended with the highest quality ingredients. They are the most concentrated oils that you will find. We DO NOT add any alcohol to our Perfume Roll-on's. We DO NOT add any cutting oil to our Perfume Roll-on's. Our Roll-on's are also the perfect size for airline travel. No more worries about having to find smaller bottles for your perfumes and colognes! 


A very common use for fragrance oils is for applying a scent to the skin. Although this entire family of scents is often referred to as perfume, there are actually three classes of scent. Perfume (eau de parfum), toilet water (eau de toilette) and cologne (splash cologne) are all mixtures of aromatic chemicals and essential oils.


Actual perfume (eau de parfum) usually has an alcohol base and up to 30 percent concentration of fragrance oils. Until the 19th century, all perfumes were a composition of natural oils; however, natural perfumes are very rare today. Modern perfumes may contain up to 300 different natural and synthetic elements.


Toilet water, eau de toilette, contains between 4 and 8 percent concentration of fragrance oils in an alcohol or distilled water base. Cologne (splash cologne) is an even more diluted form of fragrance. Cologne contains between 2 and 5 percent fragrance oil and is often used over the entire body after a bath or shower.

  

What's Wrong With Your Fragrance?

EVERYTHING! Over-sweet or fruity at first, heavy and earthy later and all gone in an only hour or two. Let us introduce you to your fragrance the way it was meant to be. Pure perfume without alcohol or other useless fillers. Discover what the Designer had in mind - smooth, long-lasting, rich, balanced and full of luscious aroma - Pure perfume.


Pure fragrance oils are far more sophisticated than perfume with fillers. They are never offensive or overpowering, long lasting and balanced. They occupy only your own private space and leave a gentle trail only where you choose.


All commercially available "fragrances" are actually fragrance oils with fillers. The fillers are usually mostly alcohol, sometimes with water. The alcohol filler has two main purposes:  


First, and foremost, it causes the fragrance oils to evaporate faster than they would by themselves - up to 10 or 15 times more quickly! This gives the impression that the perfume is 10 or 15 times stronger than it actually is. That's why, when you first put on a fragrance, the aroma may sometimes seem overwhelming to those around you. It is also why the scent is almost all gone within one or two hours. The pure fragrance oils have evaporated along with the alcohol!


The second reason for all those fillers is just 'good' marketing -- a bigger bottle containing fragrance plus fillers seems like a much better value than a smaller one of pure oil. This illusion is further reinforced by the strong, short-lasting, alcohol driven aroma.

  

What's Wrong With Alcohol Anyway?

It doesn't smell very nice and tends to kill off some of the nicest notes in many fragrances which in their pure form are truly delicious.  It is not very good for you. Perfume fillers generally use ethyl alcohol, sometimes called ethanol. Your body considers ethanol to be a poison and many people who think they are allergic to perfume are actually allergic to the alcohol in the perfume. Alcohol is a drying agent used by industries all over the world as an additive to make things evaporate very quickly. Unfortunately for you, as the alcohol evaporates, it also takes away the fragrance and your own natural body oils along with it, drying your skin as it goes!


With a pure fragrance oil, your scent can last all day long. Our fragrance oils last on both your person and your dressing table as well. Pure fragrance oils last most people 6 to 24 hours, depending upon skin type, evaporating naturally during the course of the day or evening. But, just as important, pure fragrance oils will also last and last in the bottle. Many people are not aware that perfumes with fillers spoil! Industry experts say 6 to 18 months is the usual shelf-life of a perfume, depending on the components and their quality. But, pure fragrance oils will retain their fragrance year after year.

 

Because of the mystique surrounding the fragrance industry, you might think that fragrances are the private property of the Designers, but the courts have held that fragrance is something that belongs to nature and not to any individual. Therefore a fragrance cannot be patented or copyrighted and a manufacturer cannot prevent someone else from matching or improving upon any aroma in whole or in part. Of course, the brand name of a Designer fragrance can be copyrighted or registered and others may not use that name to their profit. That is why we are so careful to point out that we are not offering the original Designer Fragrances. Our versions are clearly labeled with the term "* type" to make the difference clear.


Day after day, customers tell us our versions smell better than the originals. Perhaps the lack of alcohol and, in many cases, higher quality oils than those found in the "original" makes the difference. Ounce for ounce, our perfume bottles contain fifteen to twenty times as much pure perfume oil as the typical Eau de Toilette, but choosing pure fragrance oils is not so much a question of saving money, as it is of getting your money's worth. 


*This fragrance oil attempts to imitate the designer fragrance.  Although remarkably similar to the original designer version, it is not 100% identical.   Angie's Gift Corner is not affiliated in any way with the original designer of the perfume and cologne which this fragrance oil imitates.  We do not sell, nor have we ever sold, any merchandise produced by this designer, and none of our products are sponsored, licensed, or endorsed by this designer.  All registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 

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*This fragrance oil attempts to imitate the designer fragrance. Although remarkably similar to the original designer version, it is not 100% identical. Angie's Gift Corner is not affiliated in any way with the original designer of the perfume and cologne which this fragrance oil imitates. We do not sell, nor have we ever sold, any merchandise produced by this designer, and none of our products are sponsored, licensed, or endorsed by this designer. All registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.