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PHLUR Anoranza Eau de Parfum

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PHLUR Anoranza Eau de Parfum

PHLUR Anoranza Eau de Parfum

out of stock
Size: 1.7 oz / 50 ml
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Anoranza Eau de Parfum

This Product Is: a fresh floral fragrance that exudes the essence of Havana, Cuba

Why We Love It: Phlur Anoranza Eau de Parfum is floral and fresh, romantic and glamorous, and was inspired by the streets of Havana, Cuba. The scent is defined by notes of mint leaves, jasmine, mariposa and rum. 

Scent Profile:

Top: mint leaves
Middle: jasmine, mariposa
Bottom: rum, tobacco, bourbon vetiver, coffee

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Keep it intimate and mysterious. Find spots that radiate heat or are pulse points. We suggest:

  • Your collarbone. It’s literally right under your nose, so you (and those you let close) will be able to smell your scent all day. Apply before getting dressed so as not to spritz your clothing.
  • The back of your neck below your hairline. This is a point on your body that radiates heat.
  • The crook of your arm, the crook of your legs behind your knees, and even ankles. These are pulse points where blood gets drawn.

If you're looking to make your fragrance last longer, changing up where you apply it may help. For extending longevity, we suggest:

  • Use moisturizer before fragrance application. Your fragrance will last longer as the moisturizer acts as a binder. If you don't have a moisturizer in your preferred fragrance, then something unscented will work just as well.
  • Spritz your hair. Your hair does not heat up the way your body does, so your fragrance will last longer. 
  • Try articles of clothing. Just make sure you test on a non-visible part of your clothing, as some fragrances can stain fabric.
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• This item qualifies for free shipping when you spend over $50.

• Returnable within 30 days.

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water, denatured ethyl alcohol, amber core, benzyl benzoate, benzyl salicylate, canthoxal, cedryl methyl ether, dipropylene glycol, florol, heliotropyl propanal, hexenyl salicylate cis-3, hexyl salicylate, isoamyl salicylate pure, linalool, linalyl acetate, methyldihydrojasmonate, methyl linalool, musc t ethylene brassylate, octahydro tetramethyl acetonaphtone, orcanox, trimethylcyclohexyl hexanol. 

Radical Fragrance Transparency. This means the fragrance ingredients are fully disclosed to you (not hidden behind the word "fragrance", which is the norm). All ingredients are included in the section above.

This fragrance is comprised of (Click on a fragrance category for more info):

Essential Oils

Essential Oils

Authentic essential oils are physically extracted by steam or expression (cold pressing) of the skin of the fruit. Essential oils have not been chemically altered (via reaction, solvent extraction) from their natural state.

Certified Organic Fragrance

Certified Organic Fragrance

A blend of essential oils (see above) derived from plants that are grown in accordance with the USDA National Organic Program.

Natural Fragrance

Natural Fragrance

Natural fragrances are mixtures of aromatic raw materials. As opposed to a whole essential oil found in a plant, these chemicals are physically isolated from natural compounds, then blended together to create a scent. If only natural isolates are used, companies can declare the scent “natural.”

Naturally-Derived Fragrance

Naturally-Derived Fragrance

Fragrance ingredients that have been extracted using solvents (alcohol, petrochemicals, vegetable oils), or extracted by fermentation, or ingredients which may have a natural component but have been significantly processed.

Synthetic Fragrance

Unfragranced/Unscented

Ingredients which are new molecules, made in a laboratory. The majority of synthetic constituent ingredients are from petroleum byproducts. Synthetic “nature-identical” ingredients fall into this category as well. Credo allows synthetic fragrances as long as there are no Dirty List components.

Comprised of Naturally-Derived Fragrance Comprised of Synthetic Fragrance
Essential Oils

Essential Oils

Authentic essential oils are physically extracted by steam or expression (cold pressing) of the skin of the fruit. Essential oils have not been chemically altered (via reaction, solvent extraction) from their natural state.

Certified Organic Fragrance

Certified Organic Fragrance

A blend of essential oils (see above) derived from plants that are grown in accordance with the USDA National Organic Program.

Natural Fragrance

Natural Fragrance

Natural fragrances are mixtures of aromatic raw materials. As opposed to a whole essential oil found in a plant, these chemicals are physically isolated from natural compounds, then blended together to create a scent. If only natural isolates are used, companies can declare the scent “natural.”

Naturally-Derived Fragrance
Comprised of Naturally-Derived Fragrance

Naturally-Derived Fragrance

Fragrance ingredients that have been extracted using solvents (alcohol, petrochemicals, vegetable oils), or extracted by fermentation, or ingredients which may have a natural component but have been significantly processed.

Synthetic Fragrance
Comprised of Synthetic Fragrance

Unfragranced/Unscented

Ingredients which are new molecules, made in a laboratory. The majority of synthetic constituent ingredients are from petroleum byproducts. Synthetic “nature-identical” ingredients fall into this category as well. Credo allows synthetic fragrances as long as there are no Dirty List components.

What's Behind "Fragrance"?

US law does not require that companies be transparent about the ingredients in fragrance/parfum. Credo believes in your right-to-know. We require all brands to categorize the fragrance in each product (see chart above), and encourage brands to fully disclose all scent ingredients.

All products are cruelty-free and formulated without ingredients on The Dirty List™️. At Credo, "clean" goes even deeper. Learn more.

Gluten Free Vegan

The PHLUR co-founders Eric Korman (CEO), formerly an executive at Ralph Lauren, and Cynthia Korman, an established art director, became fascinated with fragrance...and not just as a product, but as an industry. Why had so little changed over the years? On the one hand, there was a flux of poorly produced licensed products flaunting a celebrity or fashion designer's name and on the other hand, there were incredible boutique fragrances that the average person could never afford or even find. And on both sides, this was obviously becoming an industry overly dependent on sex to sell itself. These co-founders set out to create a clean middle path...luxuriously-made fine fragrance, sold at an honest price and marketed without all the misogynistic imagery. In 2015 the pair did just that, PHLUR was launched and the rest was sweet-smelling fragrance history.

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