What Makes Dragon Perfumes Unique?

In the early 1900's, the most sought-after fragrances consisted of a high degree of natural ingredients combined with a 'hint' of aroma chemicals (e.g. aldehydes, nitro musks). This is what made Chanel No.5, Nuit de Noel, Mitsouko, Gardenia, English Lavender, Fleurs de Rocaille, Chypre, etc. so amazing. Fragrances during this time didn't 'attack' the nose.

Times have changed, drastically. Today's fragrances use almost all synthetic materials. Fragrance makers have shifted towards use of 'super-ambers' and other harsh, nose numbing ingredients. They are much stronger in an attempt to get your attention more easily...and reduce the cost of the fragrance.

Dragon Perfumes' fragrances are based on vintage fragrance recipes. We use of a high degree of natural ingredients. Our fragrances won't attack your nose or cause that subtle headache you get after smelling a less costly fragrance.

Why wear Dragon Perfumes?

  1. You won't have to use as much, daily - the fragrances won't cause anosmia (smell loss).
  2. Natural ingredients interact with your own chemistry causing a very unique signature scent.
  3. Very limited amounts are made...luxury perfume isn't 'common'.

    Our fragrances are hand blended and spiritually inspired. Each fragrance is created for a certain purpose, the intent. Unlike most mainstream perfumes which are created just to make a profit, Dragon Perfumes creates to cause feeling.

Darryl R. Hunter, Perfumer

A Collaboration: HERE

Dragon Perfumes is EXCITED to announce we have partnered with fashion guru, Dr. Courtney A. Hammonds to create a new vintage perfume inspired by 'being in the moment'.

HERE is shipping now.

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