Audry Travel Spray
Meet Audry, your new go-to floral fragrance. Spritz yourself with the sweet, fresh scent of rose and peony and feel like you’re walking through a garden of fresh-picked flowers. Grab yours and get ready to bloom.
Audry is meant to inspire self-love and a feeling of well-being.
Swell: Peony + Pink Rose.
Crest: Jasmine + Magnolia Blossom.
Break: Atlas Cedar + Sandalwood.
Travel size with fine mist applicator. Apply your Audry perfume liberally to your pulse points, like your wrists, your neck, and behind your ears.
9 ml | 0.3 oz
Also available in a 50ml perfume mist.
DefineMe was founded with a clear mission: to empower self-worth and confidence through scent. We are more than just a fragrance company. We are a movement that empowers individuals, embraces conscious beauty practices, utilizes sustainable packaging, and makes a positive impact on society. By choosing DefineMe, you not only discover captivating scents but also support a brand that values self-worth, the environment, and the education of young women around the world.
What sets us apart at DefineMe is our unwavering commitment to conscious beauty practices. We firmly believe in using only natural, organic, and toxic-free ingredients in our fragrances and products, aligning with the values of customers who prioritize sustainability and ethical choices. We want our customers to feel good about the products they use and the impact they have on themselves and the environment.
Vegan & Cruelty-Free
Ethics and compassion are at the core of our brand. We are proud to be a cruelty-free and vegan brand. We're Leaping Bunny certified and PETA certified.
We pledge a portion of our annual profits to She's The First, a remarkable nonprofit organization dedicated to combating gender inequality by providing assistance to girls in underprivileged areas, enabling them to become the first in their families to graduate from high school.
I love the fresh floral of Audry. Great brand and great products.
— Rebecca G.
I love my travel spray! The scent is to die for. A little goes a long way.
— Evelyn R.