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Worthy SuperCharged SkinScent

Moodeaux Worthy SuperCharged SkinScent

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Moodeaux Worthy SuperCharged SkinScent

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Moodeaux Worthy SuperCharged SkinScent

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Worthy SuperCharged SkinScent

This product is: A richly-scented, moisturizing dry oil perfume spray and limited-edition travel bag

Good for: All skin types

Product Description: A hug in a bottle, Worthy by MOODEAUX features a warm inviting mix of citrus-floral-woodsy accords that play footsie with the body’s natural pheromones — adapting on cue for an unforgettable fragrance experience made uniquely your own. The scent itself is carried in a lightweight blend of apricot kernel, grape seed and meadowfoam seed oils — each of which help to boost moisture and lock Worthy to skin long after the first spritz! On the move? The Worthy by MOODEAUX Travel Pen comes packed inside a limited-edition, electric orange Stash Bag designed to keep all your beauty essentials standing up right and easy to find.

Fragrance notes: 

Top: White Tea, Orange Blossom

Mid: Red Rose, Lavender, Leafy greens

Bottom: Dry Musk, Vanilla Woods, Amber

Please give a description on the proper way to use your product. Apply on bare, dampened skin and gently dab until the product settles to a dry, smooth finish. Avoid contact with fabrics. Store in a cool, dry place and away from direct sunlight.

 


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Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut Oil), Fragrance (Parfum), Coconut Alkanes (and) Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Isododecane, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Vitus Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil, Linalool, Geraniol, Citronellol, Coumarin

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 Essential Oils Comprised of Natural Fragrance Comprised of Naturally-Derived Fragrance Comprised of Synthetic Fragrance
Essential Oils
Comprised of 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
Comprised of 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 Alcohol Free Vegan Soy Free

Launched in October 2021, MOODEAUX® is one of the few woman-founded and Black-owned brands in the industry: an unfortunate and outdated narrative Brianna Arps has since been determined to rewrite. Conceptualized during a very low point in her life, when she found it challenging mentally and emotionally to even get out of bed, our story began as a mere experiment towards finding ways to cope. One of the few things that could lift Brianna’s spirits and help reshape her outlook at that time was perfume. Realizing the very real impact “aromatherapy” had on her mood, she leaned in further to research why and discover more — yet it wasn’t long before Brianna noticed the lack of innovative clean fragrances, especially ones designed specifically to cater to the senses. Seeing a clear gap in the market, she decided if no one else was going to champion something better, she’d do it herself.