Rose Moon Perfume Oil

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By Olivine Atelier

This ain’t your grandma’s Tea Rose - Rose Moon is a modern take on the traditional Rose perfume, infused with Tuberose, Pure Rose Blanc, Lily of the Valley, Bergamot and Musk, embellished with Rose Quartz crystals. 

A carnal, creamy yet complexed scent! 

Rose Moon perfume oil ignites the moon of summer, known as the time for lovers as we enjoy the lingering warm nights, bringing a surge of curiosity and fiery enthusiasm, where reality and fantasy dance together as one. 

Rose Quartz, with its soft pink essence, is a stone of the heart, a crystal of unconditional love, carrying a soft feminine energy of compassion and peace, tenderness and healing, nourishment and comfort.

Each bottle of 13 Moons Perfume is hand poured into a ½ oz glass roll on bottle with a gold cap.

✨Perfect for your purse, your boudoir or your altar✨

13 Moons Perfume is hand poured into a ½ oz glass roll on bottle with a gold cap.

Cruelty-Free • Vegan • Phthalate and Paraben Free 

How to use your 13 Moons perfume: 

♡︎ This bottle of perfume is a sacred object. 

♡︎ Use it as part of your beauty and spiritual ritual: 

✨ Infuse your perfume with a specific intention, imagine the bottle filling up with a pale pink light. Be in that feeling for a full minute. (abundance, love, grace, anything!)

✨Now apply your perfume and inhale the scent. 

✨You are free to reset the intention on your bottle whenever you like. 


More about 13 MOONS PERFUMES

At Olivine we believe in marrying our physical and metaphysical powers...Our feminine power, and sexuality.

The contemporary witch is our enlightened, rebellious role model.

The number 13 has always been associated with the Goddess and the Divine Feminine.

We embrace our inner mystic--looking to the 13 moons for guidance on our journey.

The 13 moons collection bestows upon you the power of each moon.

For centuries human cultures have given names to the full moon throughout the year. It was common to name the moons based on the behaviors of the plants, animals, crops, weather or season. Many ancient cultures used moon phases and cycles to keep track of the seasons and gave a unique name to each recurring full moon and the mysterious effect it brought.

The Modern Day Witch uses the phases of the moon to enhance her own personal brand of magic. For some it is as simple as putting a crystal on a windowsill under a full moon to cleanse and charge the stone. For others it is a more elaborate dance between the different faces of the moon.

There is no right, wrong or perfect way to celebrate the moon.