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Brands to Know: Commodity Goods

Brands to Know: Commodity Goods

 Available in roller balls, these little travel sized bottles are perfect for trying out each fragrance.

Available in roller balls, these little travel sized bottles are perfect for trying out each fragrance.

If you haunt Sephora as much as I do, chances are you've encountered the sleek little bottles of Commodity perfume in the fragrance section. Exclusive to Sephora and the company's own website, Commodity Goods sells premium perfume, with each bottle representative of a distinct scent, like "Book" or "Magnolia." The perfume is long-lasting and beautifully crafted. My personal favorites are the Bergamot and Mimosa scents. Next time you find yourself spritzing every scent Sephora has to offer, coast on over to the Commodity display and try them all. 

 Try the Cocktail Kit to sample and mix every fragrance the company has to offer.

Try the Cocktail Kit to sample and mix every fragrance the company has to offer.

The scents come in three collections: Platinum, Black, and White. This London-based company expertly crafts its scents that you can even layer them, if you're so inclined. A great way to try them is to purchase the Storybook, which offers a small sample of every scent, or to try the Scent Wardrobes that offer each perfume for a collection. For one of my favorite scents, Bergamot, a little video detailing the story behind the fragrance is available here!

All images courtesy of Commodity Goods Instagram @commoditygoods

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