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Bring New Mexico’s fresh air and desert smells wherever you go. These oil-based perfumes are
created using Dryland Wilds in-house essential oils, absolutes and enfleurage and blended to last on your skin using other high-quality plant extracts in Jojoba oil. Each desert perfume smells like the location it was harvested from. The 10ml roll-on glass bottle comes with information card and small printed pouch. Choose from the following:
- Greasewood – This desert perfume is a love poem to survival, the scent of a desert monsoon, making us remember rain even in the hottest and driest of times. Handcrafted with extracts of greasewood, desert rosemary, juniper resin and other high desert aromatics.
- Sage Brush + Snakeweed – An endless sea of sagebrush atop of New Mexico’s high mesas, clean dry earth, blue sky, and vast open desert. Handcrafted with extracts of sagebrush, snakeweed, mug wort, pinon resin, and other high desert aromatics.
- Rose Hip + Thistle – New Mexico’s high country in August, mountain streams banked with wild roses, a patchwork of sunny meadows and tall ponderosa trees folding you into their spicy sugar-pine perfume. Handcrafted with extracts of rosehip, nodding thistle, ponderosa resin, wild tarragon, and other high desert aromatics.
- Sweet CloverSpring, the sweet clover blankets the high desert with lush green and sweet yellow blossoms, hints of light vanilla and sunbaked desert cliffs. Handcrafted with extracts of sweet clover, desert fern bush, buffalo currant and other high desert aromatics.
Dryland Wilds creates handcrafted desert perfumes, body oils, lip tints and balms in their home state of New Mexico. Fragrance is extracted from dryland plants and blended with other wildcrafted botanicals to capture the true delight of the desert. As stewards of the land, Dryland Wilds helps to teach the many different uses of these native plants, searching for the most aromatic scents.