The Fragrance of Spring
I was gifted a bottle of a lovely, clean fragrance called Lush Fleur by Clean Reserve, and my sense have been awakened.
Lush Fleur is inspired by a flower’s delicate petals whose sheer and luminous scent captivates the senses. Sparkling citrus notes with a playful touch of raspberry blend with a translucent floral heart of gardenia, rose and jasmine wrapped in a weightless cloud of musk. The scent is a fresh (watery) floral with top notes of Bergamot, Mandarin, Raspberry, middle notes of Gardenia, Jasmine, Damask Rose, and base notes of vanilla, Moss, Amber, Musk.
It's enough to bring anyone out of their winder hibernation and blues, and ready for Spring.
Clean and Sustainable
I am incredibly impressed with the detail and care that Clean Reserve and Clean Beauty Products have taken to ensure that their products are clean, ethical and sustainable.
Clean Beauty Collective has made the choice to partner with a company that sources sustainable Damask Rose from Turkey (whoop whoop for my Turkish half) to help ensure the economic balance of fair trade pricing and traditional production methods in villages who have a longstanding history of harvesting this precious flower.
They are also committed to making products that are free of toxic chemicals: pthalate free, gluten free, paraben free, dye free, cruelty-free, recyclable, and vegan.
Lush Fleur is packaged responsibly. The cellphane is derived from corn, the compostable paper is made from responsibly sourced wood, the cap is made of sustainable wood from Spain, and the fragrance base is made of alcohol derived from corn and infused with aloe.
Did you know that several butterfly species act as key pollinators for many types of wildflowers? Protecting biodiversity is critical for a properly functioning ecosystem.
So this eco-friendly and sustainable company is sponsoring Earth Day Network's Protect Our Species campaign to help protect it's beautiful butterflies and has created limited edition bottles with butterflies to help highlight Earth Day and the importance of endangered butterflies.