top of page


If you've ever spotted the sparkling glint of seaglass hiding in the sand, you know the excitement of scoring this rare beach treasure! Every piece of beach glass has its own origin story, which contributes to the fascination of each unique find.


Sea glass is a broken fragment of glass which has been well tumbled by the ocean waves, giving it a frosty and lightly pitted appearance. This process can take somewhere between 10 and 100 years. When Mother Nature is ready, these beautiful sea gems are deposited on beaches for sea glass collectors to discover. It's truly a trash-to-treasure  journey. Some pieces truly are trash, like broken bottles, but the most unique pieces are vintage glassware.  With thousands of shipwrecks littering the bottoms of our oceans, there's no telling when you might discover a rare piece to add to your collection!  


Our Seaglass perfume roller is a fresh and fun symphony of zesty lime, sweet honeydew melon, cool cucumber, cradled by midnotes of green leaves and florals, resting on a clean, green base of bamboo and violet. A true summer delight! 


We've included real gemstones of clear quartz and blue aventurine to emulate seaglass. Blue Aventurine combines the elements of Wind and Water in a gentle stone that resonates from the mind to the heart, working calmly, rationally, and steadily. This crystal not only embodies strength, but honors peace and caring for others.

This listing for one 10ml roll-on bottle.


Ingredients: Fractionated coconut oil and fragrance; mini seashells, blue aventurine & clear quartz

Seaglass Perfume Oil Roller

  • Perfume oil rollers do not contain any alcohol and thus won't have the staying power of a true parfum. However, here's a few tips to get the most out of each application:

    • Apply your perfume oil to moisturized skin. Aroma molecules evaporate far more slowly on well hydrated skin. Dry skin will quickly dissipate fragrance as well as those lighter and brighter top notes and floral heart notes.
    • Apply after bathing/showering when possible, when pores are open for maximum absorption. 
    • Try layering your scented products for a longer aromatic experience. Select scents that complement and/or have similar note profiles. A scented lotion or body oil will moisturize AND maximize scent retention. 
    • Apply to pulse points but do NOT rub in (rubbing will make the top notes burn off more quickly!). If you apply more than you wanted, simply tap your wrists together or dab on another pulse point. Warmth exuded from these points will project scent the longest. Best pulse points: wrists, neck/behind ears, collar bones, heart space, inner elbows (a great spot for long-lasting diffusion!), and behind knees.
    • However, there are certain spots that experts DO NOT recommend applying any perfume to, inlcuding eyes, face, privates, scalp, and any irritated, damaged skin (including cuts, scrapes, etc). 
    • Remember that citrus and floral notes are the most fleeting so a floral-forward scent will dissipate much more quickly than a woodsy or gourmand blend. Thus you may have to reapply these lighter blends a few times throughout the day.
    • Also remember that you will get used to your signature scent and won't notice it as much as those surrounding you. So don't be too quick to overapply!  
    • Keep in mind that if you've been to the gym and worked up a sweat, you'll need to reapply post-shower. 
    • Store your perfume roller in a cool, dark place for longest shelf life. Do not allow your roller bottle to be exposed to direct sun, excessive heat, high humidity (ahem, like the bathroom), or anywhere that it will be exposed to drastic temperature changes. 
bottom of page