Organic perfumes have come a long way since their patchouli-drenched origins, but their overly-earthy reputation continues to linger, even as more naturally created options hit the market. To be fair, natural perfumers have a smaller cache of notes to work with—synthetic compounds allow perfumers to recreate essences that are otherwise illegal (like amber, musk, and civet), help curb allergic reactions, and keep prices down. But eco-perfumers hold fast to the less-is-more theory that natural, chem-free ingredients produce just as fragrant results. Ultimately, your perfect perfume match is up to you, but here are three fall-oriented natural perfumes that are registering high on our eco-friendly radar.
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