The Priestess Perfume Oil
A Mellow and Sensual Neroli Perfume

The Priestess Perfume Oil

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A body heat accentuated pulse-point perfume oil with precious neroli, an aromatherapeutic oil used since ancient times to calm the soul and promote spiritual healing. The profile is mellow and sensual, with notes of citrus, clove, and sandalwood, and the scent is naturally aphrodisiac and calming to the mind and body.

How To Use

Use a drop or two of these natural perfumes on the wrist, behind the ear, or on any pulse point. 


Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut Oil)*, Styrax Benzoin Resin Oil, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Neroli) Oil*, Boswellia Carterii (Frankincense Oil)*, Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Flower Oil*, Cocos Nucifera Pulp Extract (Coconut C02 Extract)*, Citrus Tangerina (Tangerine) Oil*, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Sweet Orange) Peel Oil*, Santalum Album (Sandalwood) Oil* *Organic

Sizing + Info

Approximately 15 ml / 0.5 oz
Store in a dry place away from heat and direct sunlight.
As with any of our Slow Beauty, please spot test these products for adverse reactions before use and discontinue use if irritation occurs. Please consult with a physician before using if pregnant or breastfeeding.
We recommend using our products within a year of opening. Opened Slow Beauty products are final sale.

The Bottle

Each bottle is a distinctive work of art, hand blown by a master glass artisan in Colorado, and shipped using the ancient method of cork and wax sealing.

The Priestess Perfume Oil Refill
Approx. 15 ml / 0.5 oz

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The Priestess Perfume Oil
The Priestess Perfume Oil

One of the most precious and extravagant oils on earth, neroli is extracted from the blossom of the bitter orange tree and has been used since ancient times to relieve “nervousness” and as an aid to spiritual healing. 

The Priestess Perfume Oil

A seductive, naturally aphrodisiac oil, aromatherapists use neroli to calm the mind and body, and to relieve tension, making space for intimacy, arousal, and sensuality.

The Priestess Perfume Oil


The name “neroli” harkens back to the late 17th century when the Italian royal Anne Marie Orsini, Duchess of Bracciano and Princess of Nerola, fell in love with the ambrosial air that wafted off of the orange groves in the spring. So enamored with the scent, she had the blossoms from the bitter orange trees distilled into oil and used the extracted concentration to perfume her gloves and scent her bath water, creating a craze for the honeyed perfume at her court.