Fire Tree Fragrance Oil
$70.00

Raw Spirit

Fire Tree Fragrance Oil

SKU: 24474

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Fire Tree originates from the ancient lands of Western Australia.

Arising from the ashes, the fire tree (Balga) is symbolic of rebirth and is prized by its traditional guardians, the Nyoongar people, for its ability to amplify the wearer's energy and attract like-minded souls.

Why we’re addicted: The sensual, smoky, and sweet unisex fragrance in an oil.

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The rare, smoky-sweet oil of the fire tree is blended with premium wild-harvested Australian sandalwood. The smoky, wood notes mingle with clean, fresh - almost lilac - top notes and a sweet, spicy heart.

This fragrance oil has been created using wild-harvested raw material collected with consent and collaboration of representatives of the Nyoongar people of Western Australia, the traditional Indigenous guardians of the Fire Tree.

Ingredients + Benefits

Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride (MCT Oil, coconut derived)
Fusanus Spicatus Wood Oil (Australian Sandalwood Oil)
Xanthorrhoea Preissii Leaf Oil (Fire Tree Absolute)

Please note:
Color and consistency of the product may vary due to natural ingredients and pigments.
Sediments may occur due to natural extracts.
This does not affect the quality or effectiveness of the product.

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Raw Spirit is inspired by the energy, spirit, and connection to nature we continuously witness as we collaborate with some of the oldest and most marginalized communities around the world.

Raw Spirit is about re-connecting with ourselves, with each other, and with nature. It is about unleashing the energy that is within each of us.

Raw Spirit is the continuation of an incredible journey that began with our collaborative art project, Nomad Two Worlds, taking us all over the world, from the Australian outback, to the mountains of Haiti, to the Florida Everglades. It’s a brand born out of experiencing the unique spirits of some of the world’s oldest communities.
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