A long, long time ago, in an atmosphere that is long past, there was this word being bandied about. This word was being used to describe the magical aspects of essential oils and essential oil blends. This was before most essential oil blending divas had the gonads to call their wares 'perfume'. They were oil blends, aromatherapy blends, scented oils. Etc. Etc. Etc.
The word was 'Vibrational'.
I haven't sniffed a truly vibrational natural perfume (there! I said it) in a very long while. Not since this long-ago time when the claws were less sharp and the words less harsh. Well, until today.
A sweet, former NoCal girl gone Southern Belle has created a beautifully vibrational perfume oil she lovingly, and with a touch of tongue-in-cheek humor, calls 'Lulu Honey Vamp'.
Lulu Honey Vamp opens with a screaming banshee lime note that slowly, and beautifully, tempers to floral notes, and then to honey . . honey . . . honey. The scent is reminiscent of lilies of the valley and summer lilacs, memories of lemonade greedily gulped by young girls on the cusp of womanhood, noisy porch swings swaying lazily under hanging pots of fragrant jasmine, sticky, hot southern evenings, and cicada bugs humming incessently.
Yeah, I got all that from Lulu.
Vibrational ~ I'm bringin' it back.