Pegasus Fragrances

February 21, 2012 @ MoC

The 8 fragrances or blends are related to specific Aura-Soma bottles. The number on the Pegasus bottle is actually directly connected to the number on the Equilibrium color combination from the Aura-Soma Colour Care System. This affirms the synaesthetic relationship between the perfume and that specific colour bottle. It is a complete circle of experience: colour to aroma, smell back to colour which is a tremendous thing in terms of what the world of fragrance, the world of perfume, the world of colour is going to experience.

– Mike Booth, Aura-Soma Chairman

Until the development of modern perfumery in the 1880’s, fragrances were made using natural materials. Since that time the marketplace has become dominated with perfumes made using synthetic chemicals, fixatives and solvents.

We strive to go back to the art of embracing the subtleties and complexities of using purely natural and organic materials. Seasonal variations in natural crops, minute yields and arduous extraction processes make the development so much more challenging but also more creative and fulfilling. The resultant fragrance blends are soft, well rounded and wonderfully pure.

Our range of perfumes is created using only natural and organic essential oils extracted from plants and flowers. The alcohol, which is used as the fragrance carrier, is certified by Soil Association and fermented from pure organic grain. By using organic grade materials we can be sure that our fine ingredients are not exposed to pollution or pesticides. Our perfumes are guaranteed free from petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances and preservatives.

– Lisa Brill, Chemist, Aura-Soma


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