The Sphinx Moth is a strikingly beautiful moth family named after the Great Sphinx of Egypt - part human, part animal and lover of the sun god Ra and the earth from which it rises.
Sphinx Moth Body Perfume Oil empowers you and instills a lust for life, letting you feel the joy of the sun and the depth of the Earth. Run, dance, howl, this life is yours to do with as you please. Just let yourself be free. You are safe now.
DIRECTIONS: Lavish yourself and apply from head to toe to perfume your whole body in the fashion of the Ancient Egyptians. A great way to start the day after a bath or shower. Also can be mixed with your favorite unscented lotion.
AROMA PROFILE: Sophisticated Oakmoss combined with musky Labdanum creates a profound and highly spiritual cradle for the sunny-sweet spirit of Bergamot and the tender-hearted Ylang Ylang. This blend is worthy of the Ancient Egyptian Gods.
INGREDIENTS: Sweet Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, Pure Essential Oil Blend of Labdanum (Cistus ladaniferus), Oakmoss (Evernia prunastri), Ylang Ylang Extra (Cananga odorata), Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) and Other Pure Essential Oils, Vitamin E (non-GMO from sunflowers)
I can't get enough of Kate's Magik. I found the sacred oils in a store while visiting Sedona and have been ordering other products and just love the scents and textures - as well as the energy! Sphinx Moth is a wonderful ritual with such an amazing scent, very grounding and earthy. I get compliments on how I smell :)
I love putting this on at night and then taking flight into dreamland. Smells soothing and magical and earthy.
I am trying out a new scent- Sphinx oil- it is very different from Blue Morpha. I like it!
I’m from Canada, bought my first bottle 3 yrs. ago. It’s perfectly suited for hot weather wearing. It keeps the skin moisturized, and makes the sun feel like you can be in it for an extra bit of time. Plus the soft scent wafts so romantically around in your space.
My skin takes sunshine well. I find these oils true to purpose.
I had a bottle of this stuff 6 years ago and used most of it religiously. The scent is absolutely divine. It can be on the stronger side so I used to cut it a bit with some almond oil. Here’s the surprise3 I found that bottle from 6 years ago today, and the remainder in the bottle was STILL GOOD. I couldn’t believe it, as most oils go rancid. I am going to assume that the essential oils in there preserved it. Anyways, I am back on the Sphinx Moth train and I ain’t getting off! Buying another bottle ASAP.