Dragon Perfume Roll-On


Our natural perfume oils are for you, "The Wylde Ones", looking to be different and stand out in a sea of commercially manufactured fragrances. Clean scents that harmonize with nature and inspire your soul, transporting you to far away places and letting your mind wander and contemplate "what if..."

Natural perfumes do not "carry" like synthetic fragrances do. These oils stay closer to the body instead of filling the room. Natural perfume oils do not last all day, it is typical for the scent to be brighter and sharper when you first apply it, then slowly evolve into a more subdued fragrance. Our complex scent blends satisfy the senses as they evolve throughout the day or night - in your full moon ritual these scents will add yet another subtle otherworldly experience.


Dragon - strengthen your power

A tantalizing warm blend of myrrh, amber, Madagascar vanilla, kissed with base notes of woodsy musk, sandalwood, cedar wood, and the subtle floral notes of jasmine  & blood orange. A very alluring and very satisfyingly lush and deep fragrance, from the first sweet notes followed by the more sultry layer that makes this an absolute favorite for both men and women. 

Matches Dragon's Blood artisan soap


10 ml glass roll- on bottle with stainless steel roller ball
packaged earth friendly
Made with organic fractionated coconut oil for quick absorbance, phthalate free fragrance concentrates.
The coconut oil gives the perfume a silky richness that easily glides on and soaks in without any greasy spot remaining. Convenient to apply, easy to reapply and fits into the smallest purse or pocket anywhere you go.


Dragon's Blood is used to increase the potency of spells for protection, love and banishing. Adding Dragon’s Blood to any other incense or herbal blend will increase the potency of the original mix. 
Dragon's Blood is useful for cleansing a space. If the previous occupant of a location left behind some negative energy, burn Dragon's Blood incense to banish away negativity. Blend it with dried sage or sweetgrass for extra metaphysical protection.

There are records going back centuries of its use as a dye, painting pigment and medicine, among the Romans and in India, China, and the Middle East.  Dioscorides and other early Greek writers described its medicinal uses.

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