Each scent is named after an insult. Now someone’s mean words do good things every time you purchase them.

The story behind the scent.


lavender, sandalwood, sage, linen

Smells like new babies, steam in the greenhouse, and rich people’s deck furniture.

Shop karma.

pipe dream.

cedar, pine sap, petrichor, musk

Smells like rain on the pavement, deforestation, and wet shoes from walking to school in the morning.

Shop pipe dream.

man hater.

palo santo, patchouli, jasmine, vanilla

Smells like burning incense, weathered wicker, and girls that wear Abercrombie & Fitch.

Shop man hater.


honey, chai, cardamom, black pepper

Smells like fancy non alcoholic drinks, walking the aisles of a health food store, and a cozy home.

Shop space.

high horse.

amber, oak moss, lavender, tonka bean

Smells like that one guys cologne, Grandma’s lake cottage after winter, and a decomposing wood.

Shop high horse.


apple, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla

Smells like shots of fireball, deep fried donuts, and the gift shop at Cracker Barrel.

Shop baggage.


pumpkin, nutmeg, clove, espresso

Smells like carving pumpkins, Thanksgiving morning, and Starbucks in the fall.

Shop faker.

pink hair.

green apple, caramel, bourbon, persimmon

Smells like green Jolly Ranchers, sugar burning on the stove, and your dad’s favorite drink.

Shop pink hair.


cedar, cypress, cocoa, smoke

Smells like antique shops, waking up at a campground, and candy bars for healthy people.

Shop unprofessional.