Black Opium

Black Opium

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Fascinating and seductively intoxicating, the opening notes of energizing coffee and the sweet
sensuality of vanilla leaving a fresh, young and vibrant depiction of addiction in the softness of
white flowers. A seductive scent that could make anyone obsessive.

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Description:
Fascinating and seductively intoxicating, the opening notes of energizing coffee and the sweet
sensuality of vanilla leaving a fresh, young and vibrant depiction of addiction in the softness of
white flowers. A seductive scent that could make anyone obsessive.

Story:
A long time ago, in the village of Florin, there lived a mysterious being. Part elf and part human,
she possesses a power that every woman ever wished for. A power to make any man do
whatever she wishes. Her name is Elvira. Known by the locals as a goddess of beauty and
seduction. People say that she has a very beautiful face with a perfect body. Every woman in
the land is jealous of her to the point that they despise her. Because of this, they spread bad
rumors about her. Some of them say that she is actually an old witch who uses her power to
stay young and beautiful. Others say that she is a beast that transforms every full moon. Elvira
was devastated upon hearing these rumors. She wanted to make befriend the women who
despised her because she doesn’t want to have any enemies. Luckily, because of her elven
blood, she was able to learn the art of alchemy from her grandmother. She then tried to use
her knowledge to create a potion that would make any woman look as beautiful and as perfect
as she is. This potion would make any man addicted to whoever drinks it. She then gave this

potion to the women to try and appease them. The women were impressed by the potion for it
really made men chase after them day and night. It made them feel that they could manipulate
any man that they want. Rumors then spread around the land giving Elvira fame among
women. Starting that day women began to worship her referring to her as the Lady of
Seduction.

Ribbon Color: Sky Blue: Melanoma
I’ve always cared about my appearance and like many young women (and men) thought I
looked great with tanned skin.  I still do!  I had a great time over the years: “lying out” with high
school friends over long summer days (the best rays are between 10 am and 2pm); snorkeling
trips to St. John; an occasional tanning bed stint before a college sorority formal.  I wore
sunscreen here and there as, I generally tanned well given my olive skin.  It was likely some
coconut smelling oil with SPF 3 that sat alongside my Sun In.  I don’t think I ever went as far as
the tin foil reflector.  I was sure to wear [only] spf 15 on my Caribbean snorkeling trips and
maybe reapplied it once a day.  And who wears sunscreen at the tanning salon?
Since I graduated from college, I have had over 25 suspicious moles removed.  It was only a
matter of time before one would come back positive for melanoma.  During my pregnancy with
my second child, I noticed a significant increase in the number and size of the moles all over my
body.  I went for my biannual check-in with my dermatologist and got a call that one of the
biopsies that he had taken needed further attention.  I’m sure he said “melanoma,” but it was
thrown in with all the other dermatological jargon.  It was all kind of a blur, but in all honesty, it
didn’t seem that dire to me.  Maybe it was how I chose to take the news. The margins were
taken immediately with no further procedures needed.
It is only since the melanoma that the seriousness of it all has taken hold. Maybe I’ve just grown
up. I have had 10+ [outpatient] surgeries to remove margins on other irregular or dysplastic
moles.  My body is a mess. I want nothing more than a tan to help mask the scars and divots on
my skin, but I have a family to think of and I want to be around as long as I can.
I’m on a crusade to change our addiction to the tan. Starting with my children. It is my duty to
slather them with sunscreen, kicking and screaming, until they have children of their own.  Next
is you. – Meagan Geisler

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1oz, 2oz, 4oz

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