Pioneer in organic and natural beauty, Acorelle is bottled in Agen, France, with ingredients grown in Grasse, the legendary capital of French perfumery, Acorelle’s “extraits d’emotion” are the only fragrances certified by Europe’s ECOCERT and NSF as organic.

About the.Company and its Green Organic Mantra
Acorelle fragrances contain no:

synthetic scent compounds
artificial preservatives
parabens or phthalates
substances believed to cause endocrine damage

Many innovative cosmetics companies are eliminating these substances from their products;

Acorelle never used them in the first place.

How is this Organic Certified Perfume Made?
A collaboration between master perfumer, Philippe Collet and aromatherapist Patty Canac, Acorelle’s “extraits d’ emotions” are the result of a combination of traditional perfumery, modern, eco-friendly technology and the ancient wisdom of using plants and flowers for healing and comfort, skillfully blended with distilled wheat alcohol.

Product Line
According to Acorelle, they use an all-natural, plant and flower extracts and oils. They create organic perfumes in the “classic French style”.

Each collection seems to have its own theme:
Energizing (“Tea Garden”, “Pure Patchouli”, and “Land of Cedar”)
Balancing (“Silken Rose”, “Absolu Tiare”, and Vanilla Blossom”)
and Soothing (“Divine Orchid”, “Citrus Infusion” and “Lotus Dream)

In addition to the three main fragrance collections, Acorelle also produces three body mists
energizing “Ocean Sage”
soothing “Exquisite Vanilla”
and balancing “Pure Fruit.”

The product line sent to review was an “Energizing” package.

What Do You Think and Where can you get it?
Acorelle started being available in 2015. It’s rich eau de parfum, a lighter eau fraiche.

Yet the Patchouli brand was a bit strong. However the rest of the Energizing line wasn’t that bad to smell.

Acorelle fragrances are available at select Whole Foods markets and other health food stores and upscale spas, connecting with customers who appreciate healthy luxury.