We are makers of real perfume for pleasure and aromatherapy.

The Virginia Perfume Company is a small, family-owned business located in Clarke County, Virginia. High quality essential oils and natural extracts are the principal ingredients of our Field to Fragrance™ line. We use aroma chemistry to enhance natural beauty, but never to cheapen or substitute for the real thing. For this reason, we do not produce diluted versions of our fragrances. One small batch at a time, we strive to provide our customers with the exquisite olfactory experience of real perfume.

About our founder and perfumer, Kelly Heaton

Kelly Heaton is a contemporary artist with degrees in ecology, innovation, and engineering. Kelly began to make her own scents because she could not find what she wanted in the marketplace: a sophisticated alternative to overly synthetic perfumes. Initially determined to make all-natural products, Kelly discovered that a strictly natural palette lacks the longevity and range of a laboratory-enhanced repertoire. Made from the finest quality natural ingredients and embellished with manmade molecules, Kelly's perfumes leverage the best qualities of each: the complexity, beauty, and soul of nature and the enhancing, stabilizing power of scientific innovation.

Fueled by Kelly's passion, our business has grown to provide others with her perfumes. We are not interested in celebrity branding or fashionable hype. We aim to produce timeless perfumes that are so immensely enjoyable, our customers will delight in wearing them for the pure pleasure of beautiful scent. Too many of us own partially used, partially satisfying bottles of fragrance, eau de toilette, and essential oils that languish on the shelf.  Real perfume is an altogether different experience of what it means to smell, and to smell really good. We believe that Field to Fragrance™ perfumes are an olfactory treasure and hope that you will agree. 

Thank you for visiting our perfumery. We invite you to come again soon.

 Perfumer Kelly Heaton with Queen Anne's Lace on our farm in Virginia. Photo by David Burns

Perfumer Kelly Heaton with Queen Anne's Lace on our farm in Virginia.
Photo by David Burns