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From bringing our own water bottle, adopting flexitarian diets, to opting for vegan-friendly products, every eco-conscious act contributes towards making our planet more sustainable. In the beauty arena, in particular, there has long been vegan and cruelty-free products for those who prefer a plant-based routine. If you have yet to tap into the realm of green beauty, Harbour City is where you can start with a range of vegan fragrances, which are free of any animal-derived ingredients and are not tested on animals, to change the world one spritz at a time.

Nature’s love

All of Aesop’s products are made from responsibly sourced ingredients and their perfumes are no exception. Free of such ingredients as musk and beeswax, Aesop’s Eidesis Eau de Parfum is a bright concoction of subtle floral accord of petitgrain that develops into deep spice, damp earth as well as dry notes of sandalwood, cedar and vetiver – a unisex scent that is woody, spicy and ambery.

Another floral meets woody scent is the Rōzu Eau de Parfum, which is an unmistakably rosy scent topped with vibrant shiso accords and light smoke for a sophisticated touch.

Clean Beauty Collective – Spring Glory

Staying true to its name with full commitment to beauty products that are simple, trusted, and conscious, Clean Beauty Collective partners with like-minded practices and uses responsibly sourced ingredients that give back to farmers and their communities.

Bloom with our Mother Nature as you welcome the gentle breeze brought by CLEAN RESERVE Blonde Rose. A mellow whisper of gardenia, Jasmine, and Damask Rose is met with zesty mandarin and sparkling bergamot to reflect the blissfully warm sunbeams.

Layer that with Warm Cotton, a crisp and comforting scent inspired by newly laundered tees straight from the dryer, thanks to the core notes of floral cotton accord and orange flowers.

Chloé – Newfound vitality

Inspired by a variety of natural bouquets, the Atelier des Fleurs collection by Chloé has seen two new additions to its renowned olfactory family, namely Violette and Santalum.

Violette plays on the powdery notes of violet from Egypt, while Santalum captures the velvety scent of Australian sandalwood. Both formulated with 100% natural-origin raw materials, natural alcohol, and water with no artificial colorings and filters, the scents attest to the beauty house’s devotion to sustainability with 15% of the glass from the bottle and 40% of the paper from the box are made from recycled materials.

Issey Miyake – Journey of a raindrop

Inspired by a traveling raindrop, Issey Miyake’s A Drop d’Issey Eau de Parfum Fraîche embodies the intimate essence of nature as the raindrop travels from the sky and caresses elements such as grass, flowers, wood, and more.

The Damask Rose lends a modern twist to the aquatic elixir. The tender note of damp petals enriches the poetic journey and finally comes to an end of woods. The vegan perfume contains recycled and renewable ingredients, whereas the bottle is made of 5% recycled glass and the packaging that houses it is made from cardboard from sustainably managed forests.

Moschino – Bear hugs

Embrace the whimsical playful creation by Moschino. The Toy 2 Bubble Gum fragrance by the brand’s Creative Director Jeremy Scott is for the fun-loving ladies. Encased in the iconic teddy bear bottle – this time around – dressed in pink, the sweet yet slightly spicy narrative is ignited by vivacious bubble gum notes before the citrus notes of peach blossoms come through. About 80% of the raw ingredients used in this vegan-friendly scent are biodegradable.

House of 4711: One of the oldest and most celebrated fragrances in the world

Inspired by nature, 4711 Acqua Colonia Starfruit & White Flowers carries a lovely fruity floral, with crystalline green peachy-citrus notes, their sweetness carried deeper by the gardenia-neroli mashup. Like all the fragrances in the 4711 Acqua Colonia line, it is a vegan fragrance and  uses carefully selected, natural raw ingredients. They’re not only sustainable on the inside, but on the outside too. The collapsible boxes are sourced from FSC-certified companies who produce their cardboard packaging from sustainably managed forests, supplied on short delivery routes, mainly from Germany.

Curating a perfume collection that is both ethical and captivating is now easier than ever, thanks to these vegan counterparts that make us smell good, feel good.

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