A hot citrus-like sunrise hovering over smooth sandalwood with a flick of biting herbaceousness.
TUNESIAN ORANGE BLOSSOMS
The mirage of a blazing day, one that you want never to end, in the Summer of youthful ardour and passion. This sensation is physical and is imprinted on your soul. You carry this intensity of feeling; it propels you to heights on your good days and provides emotional succor on the less-good days. This is fire in your belly.
A mirage in the noon of an intense Summer day. Sharp but glazed with honeyed heat.
Cultus Artem perfumes contain only fragrance oils, distilled water and perfumery alcohol.
Amara Ingredient List
- Tunisian Orange Blossoms
- Neroli of Comoros
- Indian Jasmine Sambac
- Sweet Orange Oil
- Indian Sandalwood
- Copaiba Balsam
Our fragrances are free of parabens, organosulfates, phthalates, color additives, synthetic dyes, ethanolamine aka ETA/MEA, diethanolamine aka DEA, triethanolamine aka TEA, and toluene. No decolorizing of the ingredients has occurred.
All of our fragrance formulas are vetted by an in-house chemist and further certified by an independent toxicologist. They conform to the most stringent international regulator compliance and safety standards as defined by EU and IFRA (International Fragrance Association) regulators.
Cultus Artem fragrances are not vegan. Butter and honey extracts are ingredients in some of our perfumes. Our fragrances are cruelty-free.
The Meaning of Clean Fragrance
The beauty industry has begun to use the “clean” label.
“Clean” is the intersection of ethics, safety, sustainability, and transparency. Because it has no standardized meaning and yet is of crucial importance to us, the word merits an explanation.