I am a Goddess Garden Ambassador and all opinions are my own
Phthalates and petrochemicals. How do those 2 words sound? They sound like chemicals and really don’t sound like something you’d want in products you use don’t they? These 2 are found in many fragrances you may have in your home right now. In fact, the rules regarding fragrance labeling are set up to protect the secret recipes of the companies that create them. So when you see the word ‘perfume’ or ‘fragrance’ on the label you have no idea what is really in them. Even more eye opening is that it won’t just be one harsh chemical or another, it can easily be a mix of several. It is time to spring clean those fragrances!
Do your research. If the brand or label is hiding the ingredients then find brands that are willing to be transparent. There are 3,100 synthetic scent chemicals known that can easily be within your perfume bottle you spray on your body’s largest organ, your skin! Brands like Goddess Garden want to step up and be transparent so you know exactly what is in each bottle. Why?
New Essential-oil Roll-on Perfumes from Goddess Garden has nothing to hide because they are made with essential oils and other natural ingredients. The founder of Goddess Garden’s daughter had serious reactions to the synthetic chemicals in conventional body care products. Because label reading was such a necessity for them, transparency has been Goddess Garden’s standard practice.
There are 5 Essential-Oil Roll-on Perfume scent blends: Wildflower, Citrus Sunrise, Rainforest, Amber Fire and Lavender Sky. See then PLUS their ingredient list at Goddess Garden/Perfumes. And keep in mind that scents are not only in perfumes, they are in cleaning products and other body products so look for the ingredients and if they aren’t there, it’s time to change those too!