I am so honored that Leaf TV featured Provision Scents in their latest Beauty Brief!! I’m thrilled that the article was all about “scent vibes”.
Below is an expert, for the full article head on over to Leaf TV .
“Welcome to Beauty Brief — where we take a deep-dive into the industry’s top-rated skincare, makeup and haircare brands. We test them out exclusively for 30 days, learn from the founders and formulators, and let you know our 100% honest opinion. 👋
” ‘Scent vibes’ are a thing. It’s the reason you are drawn towards certain products, specific people and places. Scents can take you back to a specific moment-in-time. Sherri Sebastian, Founder & Perfumer of Provision Scents, says,
“Odor molecules are everywhere. We encounter more scents in a day than we’re often aware of. As a teen, I carefully chose products based on a ‘mood’ I was trying to inspire.
I hope you enjoyed the article–here’s to manifesting your dream environment with scent!
P.S. If you’re not yet already, follow us on our revamped instagram! @provisionscents
My monthly contributor series on award-winning perfume blog, ÇaFleureBon called “Notes from the Lab” finishes up this month with the topic “Perfume Ingredients”. Below is an excerpt, for the full article head on over to ÇaFleureBon here.
After many years of working as a perfumer, writing formulas has become second nature to me. I find it to be calming and therapeutic. When I hear “experts” talking about fragrances—their notes, the latest status of “naturals,” ingredient labelling, niche vs. artisans— my mind wanders back to my formulas.
Last month I shared some notes from my early journals when I began studying raw materials in 1991; their origin, chemical nature, smell, and even their taste in some cases. Continuing on, please enjoy the following review as I work my way through the raw material alphabet from hedione to phenyl ethyl alcohol.
Rose Absolue: Rose has been called the ‘Queen of Flowers.’ I can see why, due to its adaptability in compositions ranging from spicy floral, to green floral, to classic Chypres. Extracted from the petals of roses in a time-honored tradition, variations of rose ‘absolute’ are produced in several locations including Morocco, France, Bulgaria, and Turkey.
A rose from my garden
Zingerone is a trade name for 3-methoxy-4-hydroxy-benzylacetone. On its own this crystalline powder is pungent and almost mechanical smelling. Used properly in dilution, it adds a natural textured effect (a ‘zing!’) to a variety of fruits and is commonly associatedwith ginger.
I’ve enjoyed sharing my personal journals with you. I hope you have enjoyed it too. Stay tuned for a new topic in April!
All the best,