A few weeks ago I was at Kardish buying some lipbalm for my daughter and myself. When I got to the cash they had a display of Sarabecca natural perfumes on the counter and they were on sale. I tried the Vanilla Spice scent on my hand and I just had to buy it because I liked it that much.
What makes this perfume smells so good? Let’s take a look at the ingredients.
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Alright, so it’s still not clear what makes the scent, but its description sheds some light on that: Vanilla Spice is a marriage of delicious oriental notes harmonizing gracefully. It combines essences of amber, patchouli, jasmine and coriander over a base of vanilla. Simply beautiful.
This perfume has a rollerball applicator and it works very well. I like to put a little bit behind each ear, a dab on my collarbone, and then inside my elbows. The scent lasts quite a few hours on me. I would still need to bring it with me and reapply mid day if I wanted the scent to last all day. Since this is a small bottle (7.4 ml) it’s easy to take it with you.
When I first tried this perfume on my hand I wasn’t expecting to like it because I’m not a fan of spicy scents, but I still had to smell it because I LOVE vanilla. While I can detect the spiciness of this scent, it’s not just spicy vanilla, but so much more! There’s this muskiness to the scent that really draws me in, and there’s something exotic about it all that I really really like. You have to smell it if you ever come across it.
Do you wear natural perfumes?
– Chantal 🙂
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Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.