Tallulah Jane Naturals Review
When I was asked to review Tallulah Jane Naturals I was skeptical. I love perfume, but I have been buying the same ones for years so I was not sure how I would react to the new fragrances.
What’s the Product?
Tallulah Jane Naturals
- 333 Natural Eau De Parfum
- Misae Natural Eau De Parfum
- Tallulah Natural Eau De Parfum
- Gotham Natural Eau De Parfum
- Leoti Natural Eau De Parfum
- Aiyana Natural Eau De Parfum
- Halona Natural Eau De Parfum
- Rayen Natural Eau De Parfum
- Yiska Natural Eau De Parfum Pour Homme
Umm, how am I going to be able to tell the differences between that many fragrances? OK, I think the thing to do is to take my time and only try one or two every so often.
First, I want to visit their website.
The website says that these products are blended botanical essences, resins and balsams, organic, mixed together in certified organic grape alcohol or jojoba then hand poured in small batches. Ok, that sounds good so far.
They use only 100% natural ingredients, with no added synthetics. And their products are free of paraben , petrochemicals, phthalates. All products are vegan and Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free. The Leaping Bunny Program provides the best assurance that no new animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers. All of this is very good.
The website also says that no two vintages are exactly alike so each is unique. Another plus.
I am impressed so far.
How I used it
I started with 333 Natural Eau De Parfum. Three different types of chamomile and lavender, three essences of citrus tree, neroli, petitgrain and bitter orange. Not bad, but I am not sold on this one; a bit citrusy for me, which lingered on for a quite a while.
Next I tried Misae Natural Eau De Parfum. Citrus and white and green florals, grounded by hints of wood and balsam. Again, too much citrus for my taste.
Tallulah Natural Eau De Parfum. Jasmine and warm, rich Tuberose with a touch of Frankincense. A bit musky for me.
Gotham Natural Eau De Parfum. A blend of exotic spices, rose, and patchouli. A bit strong, but OK.
Leoti Natural Eau De Parfum. A deep bouquet of meadow flowers. Not a favorite.
Aiyana Natural Eau De Parfum. Moroccan Rose with notes of Vanilla and Rock Rose, with a fleeting scent of Italian Lemon. Not too bad.
Halona Natural Eau De Parfum. Lime with a zest of Fresh Ginger and Eastern Spices. A bit too Limey.
Rayen Natural Eau De Parfum. Mandarin and other citrus with exotic florals and White Champa Leaf on an Amber base. Not too bad.
Yiska Natural Eau De Parfum Pour Homme. Citrus and subtle florals, woods, tea and leather. My favorite, even though it is for men.
Overall these are all good parfums, and the fact that the products contain 100% natural ingredients with no added synthetics is wonderful. The fragrances retain their strength for quite a while, which is another plus. Yet, I am not enamored of any particular one.
How does Mother Earth feel about this product?
Are you kidding? Here is a company whose products are free of paraben , petrochemicals and phthalates; uses blended botanical essences, resins and balsams, mixed together in certified organic grape alcohol or jojoba, then are hand poured in small batches; does not add synthetics, and are Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free.
Mother Earth is smiling.
They never use extracts from plants and trees that are considered unsustainable and are committed to preserve and cause no harm to the environment. They use 100% natural ingredients.
Mother Nature continues to smile.
Is it a Healthy Product?
Based on the ingredients, Yes.
How does this product impact my wallet?
At $48.00 per oz I find the products a bit pricey.
Would I recommend this product to a friend?
Yes, but only to those that may be able to afford it.
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