Inspired by Australia’s ancient land, its wisdom and gifts of wild native ingredients including quandong and wattle seed and Australian grown sandalwood, palmarosa, peppermint and citrus. Infused with the potent power of native Australian botanicals, NATIVUS bestows beautifully fragrant, long-lasting genderless parfum with complexity and a proud sense of place.
100% Natural Parfum Oils & Eau de Parfum
Inspired by the Spirit element, the uplifting, breezy and unique native Australian botanicals infused into NATIVUS Spiritus ignite a desire for knowledge and truth within the wearer.
The duo of NATIVUS Terra and NATIVUS Spiritus featuring our uniquely infused Australian native quandong and wattleseed. NATIVUS captures the essence of the Earth and Spirit elements with its floral, fruit, and spice notes. Curated to elevate your mood and to be worn individually, seasonally or layered. Contains 2.5ml vials of each scent and comes enclosed in a beautiful crisp white MELIS gold foiled envelope.
A tribute to the Earth element, NATIVUS Terra is both alluring and comforting, with rich creamy notes of cacao meeting nuanced layers of rose, airy beauty of spring flowers, and intriguing spice with an assured splash of freshness.
The unique native Australian botanicals infused into Spiritus ignite a desire for knowledge and truth within the wearer. Uplifting, breezy and lasting, Spiritus has become one of our best sellers renowned for its intriguing layers and complexity of fresh lemon citrus, a heart of white peach quandong and base of dusty earthy wattle and sandalwood.
Meet the Artist ~
Our NATIVUS packaging features the exquisite oil paintings of one of Australia’s foremost still-life floral artists, Meryl Bell. Meryl’s desire was to bring greater awareness and appreciation of Australia’s natural environment and the need to conserve it, by capturing and sharing its unique beauty with the world. Meryl’s paintings are featured in notable private collections around the world and we share the sense of profound joy she found in Nature, that is so evident in the beautiful art she created.
Three for Honey, 1997, oil on canvas
“Many Australian artists have made us visually aware of the vastness of landscape, the light and colours of the country, but there are also many surprises and delights to be found in the intricate structure of plants and their vibrant colouring. If my paintings make people stop for a moment to look, enjoy and wonder then I have succeeded.”