Monday, March 16, 2015

Saje Natural Wellness Natural Fragrance in "Ananda", "Tantra" & "Shanthi": Review

Disclaimer: Product featured was provided for review.
Are you a fragrance fanatic? Have you tried fragrances made with 100% natural essential oils? Unlike most fragrances, Saje Natural Wellness is made with essential oils that not only smell good but also provide the beneficial properties of aromatherapy. To read about a few scents from the line, click.......
Each Saje fragrance comes in a tall, thin, tinted glass tube with a roller ball dispenser made of an unique, genuine gemstone. The fragrances comes with a pretty faux-satin storage pouch with fancy tassel drawstrings. I have a bit of an issue dispensing Tantra, its jade roller ball seems to be a bit too big, thus allowing only a little bit of product to come out at a time.

Ananda "Confident & Whole" ($29.95 CAD):
Made with jojoba seed oil, and oils of grapefruit, juniper berry, bergamot, Ananda is also infused with ylang ylang, sandalwood, and cananga. The gemstone is made of Tiger's Eye, which is quite unique and adds an artisanal touch to the fragrance.

Shanthi "Serene & Tranquil" ($29.95 CAD):
Paired with a simple white marble roller ball, Shanthi is made with jasmine, geranium, lemongrass, kaffir lime, sweet basil, cinnamon, nutmeg, and black pepper essential oils mixed with jojoba seed oil. The florals of this scent is very calming and the spices add a refreshing touch.

Tantra "Loving & Abundant" ($29.95 CAD):
Set with a beautiful jade gemstone roller ball, Tantra is made with oils of patchouli, orange, champaka, lavender, vanilla, palmarosa, rosewood, sandalwood and ginger, in addition to jojoba seed oil. The patchouli of this one very noticeable, the scent is very earthy and natural.

Compared to traditional fragrances, these essential oil fragrances from Saje are very different in that they have a very herbal, slightly medicinal feel. If you love sweet, fruity, girly scents, these probably aren't for you. But if you want that authentic, natural aromatherapy scent (and benefits), you definitely should check these out. To me all of them smell quite similar, but if you are a scent connoisseur, I think you most likely will be able to pick out the subtle difference in the combination of various essential oils.

The Saje fragrances are available online and in stores at Saje boutiques.