If you’re looking for a cool new scent and lifestyle brand, you are in luck because Commodity fragrance just launched in the UK and the offering is nothing short of gorgeous. What’s really interesting is a focus on gender-neutrality and a chic minimalism that looks like it has been made for Instragram. A perfect brand for today. Here’s everything you need to know.
The Commodity fragrance range, after starting as an online platform for selling fragrance, has expanded to include a whole host of products. With a name like Commodity, there are no limits to where brand can go. Commodity fragrances launched into Sephora in March 2015 and six months’ worth of product sold out within about six weeks.
What’s really special and different about this brand is that it actually creates a platform for fragrance artisans to develop new scents and highlights the work that they do. It’s like a partnership between the creators and the business. I have the Commodity fragrance in Orris and inside the box there’s a booklet. It talks all about the fragrance, the ingredients and how they are sustainably sourced. It also includes a profile on the perfumer. For Orris this is Stephen Nilsen.
Commodity Fragrance Orris Features
- A contrast of sparkling freshness and warm sensuality
- Top notes – Carrot Seed Orpur, Pink Pepper, Italian Bergamot, Coriander Seed
- Middle notes – White Lily of the Valley, Tea Blossom, Patchouli Oil, Moroccan Cedarwood
- Base notes – Italian Orris, Vetiver Oil, Madagascan Vanilla
- Vegan and cruelty-free fragrance
- Available HERE for £120
It’s a beautiful powdery scent, fresh, almost wet and clean, and it makes me feel like I’ve just had a shower, and changed my bed sheets. It is beautifully skin-like and has an ethereal vibe. I love it; it’s the perfect everyday ‘my scent but better’ fragrance.
The Commodity fragrance range has expanded since launch to include travel sprays, candles, bath bars and scent wardrobes.
Find the Commodity fragrance range in the UK HERE now. Apparently it’s selling fast here already!
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