There is nothing obvious about Known, this blend is mysterious, sensual, and intended to capture your hidden essence.
Wild rose meets sensual tea rose and sweet black currant gives way to crisp green angelica notes. The drydown leaves the ethereal perfume of papyrus on your warmest pulse points. Let it blend with your body chemistry and discover what it reveals to you.
"To be loved is to be Known and when you are known, it's a much deeper love. It's an unconditional, unrelenting all-encompassing love.” – Shannon Smyth, Chief Pampering Officer of A Girl’s Gotta Spa!
A Girl’s Gotta Spa! is a woman-owned natural beauty brand that proudly uses only pure essential oils, phthalate-free oils, and grapeseed oil to bring you clean perfumes that are vegan, non-toxic, and Leaping Bunny certified cruelty free. There are no parabens, no alcohol, no petrochemicals, no phthalates, no sulfates, and no formaldehyde in A Girl’s Gotta Spa! products.
values & communities
Cruelty Free|Ethically Made|Handmade|Made in USA|Social Impact|Vegan
A Girl's Gotta Spa! has rebalanced their plastic footprint by funding the removal of as much plastic waste from nature as they use.
“The moments we commit to our wellness sends ripples of self-love to others.”
Shannon’s background in psychology inspired her to launch a beauty brand that encourages women to make their well-being a daily priority. After all, it’s too easy to neglect ourselves and become stressed, worn out and run down. Whether you’re working in the corporate world or busy raising the next generation of responsible leaders, you deserve to be pampered with Shannon’s body care products and perfumes.
Usage: Roll on perfume should be rolled onto pulse points after applying A Girl's Gotta Spa! Body Lotion in order to fully experience the fragrance and extend wear time.
Safety: Avoid contact with eyes. Do not swallow or take perfume internally. Do not apply to broken or inflamed skin. If irritation develops, reduce frequency or discontinue use. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your doctor first.