Riddle products are cruelty-free and vegan. They are also free of parabens, phthalates, formaldehyde and are non-toxic.
Your fragrance oil will come in an 8ml, 1/2oz, or 20ml stainless steel roll-on ball applicator bottle.
How to apply fragrance oils to your skin:
1.) Apply to your pulse points. These are the areas of your body that your heartbeat continuously warms. These areas include your wrists, side of your neck, inside of your elbow, back of the knee and breastbone.
2.) Layer and keep moisturized. When using fragrance oil it is important to know that the oil will absorb into your skin and be less fragrant if it is applied to dry skin. Being well moisturized is very important when it comes to diffusing scent. It is even better to layer your scent with the same scented lotion.
3.) Dab, do not rub. When you apply your oil dab it lightly on the skin. When you rub oils too hard you break down the molecules that make up the scent profile and you lessen the scent.
Original: Subtle pheromone oil that smells like fresh, clean skin. Notes of Amber, Musk
A note about pheromone scents (Original and Sphinx):Original and Sphinx scents are considered pheromone oils because of how they interact with your skin and evaporate into the air.
They work with your own body chemistry (hormones, diet, health, genetics, pheromones, etc.) to act as an accelerant to your natural scent. These oils are enhancers, and because you're mainly nose-blind to your own scent, you may not smell these on yourself. However, the number one review on these scents is how many compliments people receive when wearing them.
Because Original and Sphinx do not have top and middle notes, they are very hard to detect by smelling the roller ball alone.
If you stopped smelling your Original or Sphinx products, take a break - our scent receptors are quick to adapt and slow to reset. Give your products a break for a week or longer. But know that the scent is still there if you want to continue wearing it.
For more information on pheromone scents, please visit Riddle's website.