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Abi Lengui for LOESS. Image provided by LOESS
Abi Lengui for LOESS. Image provided by LOESS
CÉDER Eau De Parfum. Image provided by LOESS
CÉDER Eau De Parfum. Image provided by LOESS
Abi Lengui for LOESS. Image provided by LOESS
Abi Lengui for LOESS. Image provided by LOESS

Frequently asked questions

We are an Australian-made lifestyle brand that’s driven by our ethical and sustainable ethos. We create nature-inspired scents, and we pair minimal design with conscious living.

Founded by Amy and Nick, Loess fragrances are made in Sydney and bottled in bespoke vessels. Our fragrances are naturally made from high-quality ingredients - no nasties, vegan-friendly, cruelty free, and our packaging is ethically sourced and 100% recyclable. We’re passionate about making positive changes for our planet. We're not perfect, but each day we're actively making conscious decisions within our business to lessen our impact on the environment, promoting more ethical and sustainable practices, and being part of the conversation.

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