Pure Natural Diva EDT Natural Perfume Reviews

Pure Natural Diva

Pure Natural Diva Botanicals is a line founded by a natural beauty blogger/natural product fanatic. I had the chance to talk to Tania, the CEO and founder of Pure Natural Diva, at Elements in NYC a few years ago. While talking with her, I learned that her goal was to create 100% natural perfumes that smell good BUT also were comparable in price to designer scents that one may see a the mall. She wanted natural perfumes to be accessible.

There are four perfumes in the line: Elixir, Natural, Pure and Diva.

Pure Natural Diva Elixir

Elixir includes notes of vanilla, oakmoss, osmanthus, pink grapefruit and red mandarin.

Elixir is like an orange creamsicle with an addition of a juicy grapefruit. It’s a bright, dazzling citrus sweetened by a delicious vanilla extract. The peachy osmanthus in this emphasizes the fruity sweetness in Elixir.

Try if you like creamy citrus scents. Or if you like perfumes like Smell Bent Sunshine, Sarah Horowitz Perfect Vanilla and/or Esscentual Alchemy Orange Cream.

Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Grapefruit creamsicle. It’s a good creamy citrus.

Pure Natural Diva Perfume

Natural includes notes of  clary sage, pink grapefruit, Moroccan rose and ylang ylang.

Natural opens with a juicy grapefruit with a hint of musky clary sage. It wears as a “bright” citrus with humid florals for most of the wear.

Try if you like natural florals. Or if you like perfumes like Anu Essentials Sita, Aftelier Jasmine solid perfume and/or April Aromatics Jasmina.

Victoria’s Final EauPINION – A juicy grapefruit floral. 

Pure Natural Diva Pure

Pure includes notes of cassie, lavender, chamomile, lemon, lime and Egyptian neroli.

Pure opens with a crisp, clean lavender with a sharp lemon. It turns into Lemonheads and a powdery mimosa with neroli. Pure has a vintage-y feel to it that makes me think of crisp eau de colognes from the 50’s-60’s.

Give Pure a try if you like natural “cologne”. Or perfumes like Tauer Cologne du Maghreb, 4711 and/or Annick Goutal Eau d’Hadrien.

Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Lavender and lemon “eau de cologne”.  It’s happy and sunny. Good choice for summer or as a winter “pick me up”.

Pure Natural Diva Diva

Diva includes notes of ambrette, Caledonian sandalwood and vanilla. 

Diva is the more “sultry” one out of the group. It opens with something that reminds me of rosewood and lemons. And then it turns into this warm, smoky sandalwood with a creamy vanilla. The ambrette adds a delicate muskiness. It’s a warm, woodsy “skin hugging” scent.

Try if you like sandalwood. Or if you like perfumes like Malle par Dries Van Notten, Elizabeth & James Nirvana Black and/or Diptyque Tam Dao.

Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Sultry sandalwood. My favorite from the line.

For natural EDTs, projection and longevity are average. Those with more “woodsy” notes last on the skin longer (Diva and Elixir). I would say that all of the perfumes are unisex and worth sampling if you like natural perfumes.

The 1.7 oz EDP retails for $100 (however, Elixir retails for $150) at Pure Natural Diva. A travel size and samples are also available for purchase.

The brand also has body butters and I was able to try a sample of one of those. I really liked the texture and the product is available in the PND scents. A scent like Diva will layer nicely pretty much under any perfume that you already own.

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*Samples provided in a FRAGments press kit. All Product pics from Pure Natural Diva.

2 thoughts on “Pure Natural Diva EDT Natural Perfume Reviews

    1. They do have a nice sample set as well 🙂

      I have seen the packaging in person and its nice. Really the big “plus” with this brand is how much you get for $100 (I mean stuff in Sephora sells for that much these days). Naturals are truly lovely and rightfully expensive because of rare ingredients; however, I think the price keeps people from trying them. I think this is a good “intro” line for folks. (Not that you need an intro, but you know what I mean!)

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