Reviews for The Rising Phoenix Perfumery
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John Reasinger, Senior Editor, February 2014
John Reasinger, Senior Editor, September 2013
Michelyn Camen, Publisher, Editor in Chief and Art Director, August 2013
CaFleureBon is the the Number 1 niche and natural perfume blog in the world and a top five international fragrance site. We have been honored by the Fragrance Foundation with five Fragrance Foundation Finalist accolades for Editorial Excellence.We are the first perfume blog in Fragrance Foundation history to be honored in all scent journalist categories. CaFleureBon is a 2011 Basenotes.net finalist for Best Perfume Blog.
Jodi Battershell, Editor, July 2013
Fragrantica is an online encyclopedia of perfumes, perfume magazine and a community of perfume lovers. Fragrantica informs their readers about new perfume launches, about famous fragrances and less-known but wonderful scents.
Together they travel in time and space, where perfumes are the shining stars we use to navigate. Fragrantica learns about their history and discover far-away places and respectfully explore the life we see around us, always taking time to be amazed by Nature.
Fragrantica is a place to learn from each other and relax in the company of soul mates.
Review: The Rising Phoenix Perfumery
Angel, Blogger, August 2013
Angel runs the blog Angel's Kiss and is a self proclaimed free spirited, mystic mama. Together with her beautiful family, she travels the world, camping and experiencing the deliciousness of the elements while learning about nature. She also frequents many music, new age, renaissance and holistic health festivals along the way.
Professionally she is a life coach, spiritual counselor, natural beauty expert, survivalist and yogi, currently working toward her doctorate.
Elena Knezhevich, Owner, June 2013
Artisan perfumery is a growing movement where individuals are exploring unique olfactory directions through a variety of fragrant media. To this end FRAGments has been created to provide a small scale, intimate forum for artisan perfumers to present their work in a gallery setting where all perfumers will have equal representation in a collective pop-up shop. The name is derived from FRAGRANCE MOVEMENT and picks up on the slang word for perfume, "FRAG". Implicit in the name is the recognition that independent, artisan perfumers are fragments of a whole that seek to move in different directions.