Bite-Lite Supports Charity for Autism by Offering a Fragrant New Perfume as an Holiday Idea

For something completely different, Bite-Lite has a special attractant to offer- for humans this time!  To our customers and buyers alike who are looking for a special holiday gift or store item, we have the perfect fragrance to introduce.   

In a unique collaboration, our parent company Bedoukian Research, Inc., who created the fragrant formula in our Bite-Lite Natural Mosquito Repellent Candles, partnered with a famous international fragrance house and a New York ad agency to develop a new perfume called  Ardent Rose Eau de Parfum.  

Just launched, Ardent Rose was developed for Roses for Autism — a Connecticut based non-profit organization that provides scholarships, career training, and job opportunities for individuals with autism.    The perfume has a captivating and sparkling fresh floral scent that is infused with Rose Absolute and White Amber to convey an intriguing and sensuous statement.   The fragrance will indulge the senses with the sprinkling of delicate and dewy floral petals of Magnolia and Geranium plus a passionate and warm blend of Sandalwood and Musk.  

Most importantly, the fragrance’s essence captures the legacy of the non-profit’s first initiative for job training of young adults between 16 to 25 years old – – the growing and selling of beautiful heirloom roses in the historic rose greenhouses in Guilford, Connecticut. 

Ardent Rose comes in a beautiful spray bottle consisting of 1.7 fl. oz.   The retail cost is $60 each, and can be purchased directly by going to   Wholesale pricing is also available and buyers can email [email protected] for details.   All proceeds will support the social enterprise programs for young adults with autism.     

Click the link below to order Ardent Rose as a holiday gift for someone special or yourself, and to learn more about this wonderful new fragrance and non-profit cause.


 Buy Ardent Rose Today!

Roses for Autism is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to foster meaningful training and employment for young adults with autism.  In the United States, Autism Spectrum Differences are diagnosed in 1 in 68 children.   The unemployment and underemployment rate is nearly 90% for transition age students.  

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