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Ylang Ylang Organic Single Note Eau de Parfum


Organic Single Note Eau de Parfum - Ylang Ylang

This award-winning, very sensational and long-lasting perfume is intensely floral and authoritative. Feel the power of this exotic plant with you, wherever it takes you.

Winner of the Editor's Choice category at the 2021 Beauty Shortlist Awards and winner at Natural Health Beauty Awards 2021.

Size: 50 ml 1.69 fl.oz net wt.

Handmade in small batches in England

Alcohol (Ethanol)**, Glycerin**, Cananga Odorata Flower (Ylang Ylang) Oil*, Commiphora Myrrha (Myrrh) Oil*, Styrax Benzoin Resin Oil**, Geraniol, Linalol, Farnesol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Eugenol

*Certified Organic Ingredients   **Made Using Organic Ingredients 
Natural constituent of essential oils listed

100% of total ingredients from natural origin
100% of total ingredients minus water and minerals Certified Organic, 96% Organic of total


Shake well before use. This perfume does not contain any synthetic ingredients.

Spray as desired onto body and pulse points.

Keep away from direct sunlight. Store at room temperature.

Discontinue use if irritation or rash occurs.

For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

NO SLS, SLES, parabens, GMO, mineral oils, synthetic fragrances, aluminium, silicones, methylisothiazolinone (MI), methylchloroisothiazolinone (MCI), lanolin, phthalates, propylene glycol, harsh foaming agents, irritating emulsifiers, synthetic fragrance, colourants, petrochemicals, urea, DEA, TEA or PEGs.

NO ADDED Preservatives, Plant Derived / Processed Ingredients, Emulsifiers

NOTHING Synthetic

We receive lots of enquiries about our perfumes everyday. We understand how hard it is to buy a perfume without trying it out first. We created this guide to help you with your decision making.


Sadly as an independent and truly handmade business we are not able to offer samples at this point in time. We are certified organic and certified vegan as a brand. Due to regulations we have to get each size variation certified again through these organisations. Additionally, we have to get laboratory tests and upload them onto the EU and UK cosmetics portals. We then have to get labels redesigned and order custom bottles. We only use glass in our packaging. All of these, when added up become prohibitive for us to launch samples at this stage. We have tested spraying our perfumes on tester paper strips but essential oils behave completely differently to synthetic perfumes and the scents did not hold up the way we had hoped.

What you should expect from these perfumes

What we are trying to do here at Haoma is completely getting rid of all processed ingredients, all harmful chemicals, all preservatives and emulsifiers. We only use edible, pure, certified organic and certified vegan ingredients of the highest quality which in turn is better for both humankind and our planet. We would like to note however if you have not used a fully natural perfume before, you will notice our perfumes have a completely different scent profile. Around 99% of perfumes on the market use synthetic fragrances. Even ‘natural’ brands like Aveda, Lush, Aesop, L’Occitane, Eden all use synthetic fragrances in their perfumes, these are generally listed as ‘perfume’ , ‘parfum’ or ‘fragrance’ in the ingredients list. These aforementioned terms by law do not have to be disclosed further and can be made up of anything including very toxic materials. Our advice is that you look at the full ingredients lists of your favourite perfumes (when the company actually discloses them as most even do not). If you spot any ‘perfume/parfum’ or ‘fragrance’ listed in the ingredients list, it means they use synthetic molecules in their perfumes. It means they simply do not want to tell you exactly what they put inside their perfumes and hide behind the loophole in the law. This enables them to add anything they wish inside their products without having to disclose. We are highly against this practice which dominates 99% of the market. There are numerous studies of synthetic fragrances and how they impact our health. Some companies will say 'parfum / perfume / fragrance' in their ingredients list but add an asterisk * that reads something similar to the following: "*made with essential oils / blend of natural oils". If they indeed use essential oils, they would disclose them instead of using the parfum/fragrance terms which only exist as blanket terms to conceal ingredients. Here at Haoma we are extremely proud of our perfumes and claim that we are one of the handful companies in the entire world that is unequivocally transparent. Our awards and reviews are a testimony to this. We are also very proud that all our perfumes are 100% British and handmade.

If you have never used an actual natural perfume before:

We understand that there is a market for every product but the perfume industry has changed the perceptions of smell in consumers for a very long time after the introduction of synthetic molecules. These are extremely cheap to produce and have a significantly different scent profile. These days everyone is so accustomed to these scents, they find natural smells ‘medicinal’ , and describe them as ‘health shop smell’ or 'hippie smell’. Unfortunately it is a fact that natural scents will never smell the way synthetic ones do. This will not change with formulation changes or technological advancements either. They are just not meant to smell like that. We trust that as a society we will once more learn to appreciate and get used to the natural scents however unfortunately big perfume producers in the world are working hard to stop this. This is due to the price advantage. Let us give you an example. Organic Myrrh essential oil is around £1000 per kilogram and we use this in our formulations, if we were to buy it as a synthetic ingredient it would cost us around £10 for the same quantity. Big perfume producers love to keep their prices low and mass produce, but this is not possible with natural ingredients so there is always a push to go synthetic.

Now a little more information about our perfumes:

We have two varieties, single note perfumes and complex perfumes. Single note perfumes are Lavender, Ylang Ylang and Orange. Complex perfumes are No 1 and Frankincense & Myrrh.

With single note perfumes you will only notice one aroma, which is the name of the perfume. We only use the essential oil of that particular plant to give a clear, defined experience.

No 1 is a unisex perfume with very complex notes. First you will notice Geranium and slowly moving into Patchouli with all of the other undertones. It is intensely floral, woody and green. This is a long lasting perfume.

Frankincense & Myrrh on the other hand has a very deep smokey, leathery and woody aroma. All of the essential oils in this perfume are made of steam distillation of tree resins so you can expect an earthy scent.

Remember, even though these are perfumes, they are also aromatherapy products because they are made purely with essential oils so they will certainly have positive effects on your body and mind due to the small molecules in essential oils crossing the blood-brain barrier.

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Bernadette Lax
Subtle summer

I bought this perfume without smell in to !
I’d bought No 1 a couple of years ago & knew this company was based on integrity & quality.
I wanted summer fragrance- took a chance that I knew was low risk - Just perfect!

Love it

Fabulous perfume. I love that it is organic. The smell is amazing . I will be buying the other ones now too

Shem Hamilton

I love this perfume. A unique and wonderful scent

Like a fresh spring day

This perfume reminds me of walking in the sunshine on a warm spring day. The scent is subtle and not too heavy, light and fresh. The scent is very calming and I feel a sense of relaxation when smelling this on my skin. Perfect for any occasion. I have used these products for years and always come back as they are reliable and trustworthy.

W Kim
Daytime scent

Be sure to shake well! Natural Ylang-Ylang has this slightly bitter note to it but once you let the fragrance settle on your skin it has a very nice buttery scent which is the heart of Ylang-Ylang. I’ve let the fragrance grow on me. An uplifting smell to wear during the day. My partner said it smells like pepper and roses but I think it smells true to the flower.

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