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Iskari // Body Butter
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Iskari // Body Butter

Iskari // Body Butter

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Scent Profile: Sage, Lemon, and Desert Blossom

Scent Category: Clean, Bright

Collection: Fantasy Made Flesh


Product: Whipped Body Butter (120ml amber glass jar)


"Once there was a girl who was drawn to wicked things..." so begins The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli.


Iskari is a combination of clary sage, lemon, and a hint of arid desert florals. It is a layered scent that combines the brightness of desert scrublands with a hint of light florals that might await you in an oasis. Iskari is alluring without being sweet and perfectly represents the figure of the Iskari from Kristen Ciccarelli’s Iskari trilogy. The mythical Iskari is the darkness that follows the Namsara (or light bringer). She is a death bringer and a destroyer; she is born of moonlight. If you’re drawn to wicked stories full of dragons and badass girls, then this scent might be perfect for your fantasy made flesh.


Contains: shea butter, unrefined cocoa butter, mango butter, coconut oil, vitamin E oil, fragrance oils (lilac and fuschia) and clary sage and lemon essential oils. All fragrance and essential oils are skin safe.


As with any cosmetic or body product, always patch test a bit of product on a small area of skin. Discontinue use if any reaction occurs. 


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MadameAlchemie is not responsible for any transformations-- partial or full-- into mythical, magical creatures.