- Nov 28, 2021
There are two phases of liquid in the bottle that never permanently mix. The upper one has a tint, and you have to shake the bottle before spraying. The phases temporarily mix quite easily, but separate again over time. Reminds me of many makeup removers.
According to the ingredients listing on their site for a fragrance in this "Cloud collection" line, the ingredients are as follows:
Alcohol, perfume, aqua (water), butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane (uv) CI 18050 (RED L114)
Nothing out of the ordinary. Alcohol, perfume, water, sunblock and a colorant. What could cause this two-phased effect? Could it be a solvent hidden under perfume? Which solvents work for oils but don't permanently blend together with ethanol?