NEW: Tallulah Jane Hope EDP Natural Perfume

Tallulah Jane Hope EDP

Perfumer, Elenor Jane, created an uplifting floriental with notes of citrus and exotic white florals named Hope. Like all Tallulah Jane perfumes, Hope, is 100% natural, vegan, and cruelty-free/Leaping-Bunny certified. ¬†Here’s what impresses me the most about Hope: 50% of all proceeds will directly be donated to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Yes, 50%.

Notes listed include mandarin, citrus, exotic white florals, White Champa leaf, and amber.

I haven’t tried this Tallulah Jane fragrance but I’ve tried others. I was very impressed with them. They were very well-balanced. Hope is appealing to me because I find that I really enjoy natural citrus and florals. And it really does sound like a hopeful, optimistic fragrance.

A 1 oz. EDP retails for $48 and is available at Tallulah Jane NYC.

Want to see what bloggers are saying? Check out…

Olfactory Obsessed (A must read РNovember is Lung Cancer Awareness month)

Scent Hive

The Perfume Magazine

Organic Beauty Talk

The Blossom Shed

5 thoughts on “NEW: Tallulah Jane Hope EDP Natural Perfume

  1. Thank you for calling this to attention! I like the fact that proceeds from this perfume goes to the American Cancer Society, an organization which benefits ALL types of cancers!

    My mom read your post and you put a smile on her face. :)

    • I like that too. And 50%.
      My husband worked at a biotech, pharmaceutical lab. It takes money and money. I don’t think people realize that. Or just how much money it takes to create drugs.

  2. Thanks for the link V! And again, I just want to say how nice it was to meet you this weekend. Hopefully we can chat more next time, TPH can be a pretty overwhelming place to meet for the first time! :wink:

    • It was great. Next time we’ll plan something not so last minute and overwhelming. But, it was fun. I didn’t get to talk to everyone like I wanted to but it was fun.

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