Does wearing scent ever give you a whopper of a headache? Do even short elevator rides with perfume laden passengers leave you sneezing and teary-eyed? You could be allergic to very common ingredients in popular fragrances. And even if you aren't overly sensitive to phthalates, synthetic dyes or various petrochemicals, you'll probably love the more subtle effect you'll get from a scent that's primarily plant-based. Aubrey Organics eau de parfums are produced with organic essential oils and can be worn by those sensitive to other scents. (Even their powders are made from rice and tapioca starch rather than talc.) Caudalie offers an energizing fragrance overflowing with grape water, blackcurrant bud and bergaptene-free bergamot. A big plus — it's non-photosensitizing, so you can wear it under the sun without a reaction. Korres Body Water adds a bunch of vitamins to the mix (B5, magnesium and zinc) and leaves out silicone. Lavanila is also extraordinary — they've eliminated anything that could possibly irritate, and suffused their olfactory treats with active botanicals, antioxidants and magnificent Madagascar vanilla.