Went to check out the new Roots eco-fragrances this morning and loved all the goodies! They were all made with the ‘notes’ & ‘ingredients’ in the 2 scents.
Roots Adds Two New Eco-Fragrances to its Portfolio
This spring, Roots will be premiering two additions to its fragrance portfolio with the launch of its first eco-fragrances for women: Roots Source Bamboo and Roots Source Red Tea. Two fragrances for her that are inspired by the earth’s natural beauty.
“Concern for the environment has always been one of our core values at Roots,” says Michael Budman, Co-Founder of Roots. “The launch of our first eco-fragrance compliments our recent introduction of other natural products and we will continue to be champions of earth-friendly causes.”
Rosedale Roots Store
“The natural philosophy and commitment to the environment of Roots makes it perfect for an eco-fragrance” says Jeffery Wagstaff, President of Coty Canada Inc. “The launch of Roots Source marks an increased effort on our part to create an eco-friendlier product, including our attention to its packaging.”
a Coty & Roots collabo
The new Roots Source fragrances use 100% natural-based alcohol, derived from corn, and contain no animal ingredients. Roots Source Bamboo contains bamboo extract, rich in mineral and organic proteins, and Roots Source Red Tea contains antioxidizing gogi berry extract. Each fragrance is free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates and silicones.
ROOTS SOURCE BAMBOO with Bamboo Extract, Eau de Parfum
The top of this fruity floral fragrance opens with sparkling mandarin and crisp green apple, combined with the freshness of crushed leaves. At the heart of the fragrance are the voluptuous florals of orange blossom and pink freesia, enhanced by the luscious lotus flower. Hints of warm soft woods round out the base, infused with delicate and feminine vanilla. Roots Source Bamboo also contains the natural oils of galbanum, lemon, mandarin, rose petal and ylang-ylang.
Perfumer: Richard Herpin, Firmenich
ROOTS SOURCE RED TEA with Gogi Berry Extract, Eau de Parfum (I LOVE THIS ONE)
Red Tea, a fruity floral, opens with invigorating mango and watery melon with red tea leaf to revitalize your chi. Centering the inner self and the heart of the fragrance are lush red fruit, robois tea and strawberry flower. The pure essence of hibiscus flower appeases the soul and rounds out the base along with white birch wood, warm musk and a hint of orris. Red Tea also contains the natural extracts in the form of mandarin oil, patchouli oil, and elemi oil.
Perfumer: Celine Barel, IFF
Janine & Karen from Glow Magazine
The Roots Source cartons are produced using 100% renewable energy, with 70% sourced from Green-e certified (100% Certified Renewable electricity) wind power. The carton is made of 50% post-consumer waste and is 100% recyclable. Printed with 100% carbon neutral printing, the package is certified by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council), containing certified carton fiber and is elemental chlorine-free.
Roots Source Bamboo
Roots Source Bamboo with Bamboo Extract
30ml EDP $35.00*
50ml EDP $49.00
Roots Source Red Tea with Gogi Berry Extract
30ml EDP $35.00
50ml EDP $49.00
the goodies! (Thanks Coty!)
HEYDOYOU April Giveaway: Roots Source Bamboo Fragrance 30 mL
—> to win, leave your comment about how you’ll make your life ‘greener’ this spring!
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