Bergamot, neroli, artemisia, lavender, thyme, tarragon, juniper berry, orris, patchouli, sandalwood, tonka bean and moss mix.
Mansa Musa I was the ruler of the Mali Empire in West Africa from 1312 to 1337 CE. Controlling territories rich in gold and copper, as well as monopolizing trade between the north and interior of the continent, the Mali elite grew extremely wealthy and prosperous due to his leadership and strategy. Because of his rich legacy, Mansa Musa is honored and still researched, thousands of years after his death. He is known as the King of Kings.
WARNING: For external use only. Do not get into eyes or ingest. Discontinue use if skin irritation occurs. Keep out of the reach of Children and Pets.
1/3 oz. bottle (rollerball application)
What does the (W), (M), and (U) next to some of the fragrance names mean?
That is our way of designating what gender the Fragrance and Body Oil was intended for.
(W) = Women
(M) = Men
(U) = Unisex
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