Most recently, I tried Infusion Organique's Açaí Rain fragrance ($35), which is made with organic sugarcane-derived alcohol, certified organic açaí extract, and organic orange oil. (It's also paraben- and sulfate-free). From the ingredients you might expect something tropical and fruity, but what it actually smells like is a tart, light tea rose that's exactly the right weight for hot days. It's also not hippie dippy in the least, lest you worry that organic means smelling like patchouli and 1969, and would actually be more appropriate for a tea party than a drum circle.
Jul 23 2010 If you're trying to make your personal care routine more natural, it might seem like you have to skip scent entirely or stick to single essential oils, but that's not the case. There are a number of organically derived fragrances popping up, and some are quite affordable.