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Dark is Night is extremely electrifying. The woodiness of the patchouli blended with the richness of vanilla bean creates a decadent finish.

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The Coolest New Fragrance Line of 2019

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There’s a mystery to this cologne. It’s a scent you can’t quite put your finger on, like trying to navigate through an especially good-smelling fog. The fact that it’s non-toxic is just icing on the cake.

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A collection of slightly hallucinogenic abstract contemporary art

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Inc logo

Unlike any other fine fragrance line

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Michelle Pfeiffer’s New Fragrance Is the Perfume the Clean Beauty World Has Been Missing

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The five scents range from a rich patchouli musk to a crisp vetiver and ambroxan, and are all inspired by Pfeiffer’s own scent memories, making this launch her most personal project to date.

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The rare fine fragrance company that’s voluntarily committing to higher standards, and paving the way for other perfumers to follow.

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Vogue logo

Each fragrance was intriguingly named and meticulously formulated.

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W logo

Setting a new precedent by disclosing 100% of its ingredients, an anomaly in the beauty industry.

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Out logo

Thoroughly modern fragrance collection

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Nylon logo

These are some of the safest fine fragrances in existence.

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Henry Rose’s first release features FOG, a light perfume featuring vetiver wood and soft musk notes — a light, fresh option for men and women alike.

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Jake’s House, part of Michelle Pfeiffer's new line of EWG-verified fragrances, is inspired by the smell of the North Dakota home her grandfather owned. What does that mean, exactly? Freshness: Neroli, honey, and musk.

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We love the scent Dark is Night because it’s got notes of sensual patchouli, wood, and vanilla.

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[Last Light] from Michelle Pfeiffer's new brand Henry Rose has both of those notes, making it my new go-to spritz before a night out. Just one pump lasts for hours, and I've honestly gotten stopped by strangers who ask what I'm wearing.

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Vanity Fair logo

At a time when people increasingly scrutinize cosmetics labels, Michelle Pfeiffer breaks the mold of celebrity namesake fragrances with her new clean-minded perfume collection, Henry Rose.

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Pure Wow logo

With five scents, from "Torn," a warm floral that's reminiscent of Old Spice to "Jake's House," a crisp neroli that we'll be wearing into the summer, each fragrance is beautifully crafted and distinct.

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New York Times logo

Fog is a work of conceptual realism — a shadowy curtain of scent that silently curls around you. (The catch, of course, is that fog has no smell. That makes it an olfactory illusion, an extraordinary trick and a mesmerizing perfume.)

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Vogue logo

Elevating the art of fragrance while committing to better health standards.

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Nylon logo

Our favorite? Jake's House, a clean blend with notes of white neroli, calone, vanillin, musk, edione, and ambroxan; it was named after Pfeiffer's grandfather, and the scent is meant to evoke her childhood memory's of his house.

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