Smoke Well Spring Natural Fragrance Review and Scoreby Therapeutic Fragrance
Who? I See Wearing the Fragrance
Harry R. Truman
Where? I Use the Fragrance
When? The Season I Use the Fragrance
All Year Long
What? Occasions or Events I Use Fragrance
Price Per Millileter
Eau De Parfum
How? I Apply the Fragrance
3 - 5
Last thing I want to do is blast anyone, but here is why naturals get a bad wrap, because people who love perfume try these and it is night a day. This is home maker level blending sounds harsh, but it is. 3 an ml and this should just be sold in the essential oil section. These would be safe not to be called EDP and then this criticism wouldn’t be here. This is as simple as buying the ingredients above and adding them yourself. For that we should be at 1 an ml. The next step to perfumery is a huge one. And to it with naturals get’s really expensive and risky, but the benefits are better than any designer out there. Fragrance in my opinion compared to Perfumes Notes Petitgrain shines on top of a very soft under noticed ylang ylang. I am getting her vibe at a forest it’s starting to mix in and create an effect for me. Something is just a bit muddled will see how this transitions. The use of oakmoss makes this a start at a perfume, but this needs something fresh that is the counter in oakmoss. There are hundreds of ingredients to choose from, but one needs to be added. Oakmoss takes over to fast and that is what is left on skin. This gives oakmoss a bad rap it’s not how it should be used in perfumery at all.
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Have not tried this one but your experience mirrors mine experiencing a couple of other all natural houses which smell simplistic or muddled.
Would love to hear your thoughts on DI-Ser and Aftelier.
What do you think of Aftelier are they worth the price tag. That's the only thing holding me back. I would want to somehow blind review her stuff. I have the most respect for her out of anyone in the industry. I can't believe the information she has put in print.
@Therapeutic Fragrance I like and own some Afteliers. I have not sampled the whole line so can only speak for a few that i have tried. Based on where I'm at now in my perfume journey, I'm admittedly not blown away by the price-creativity ratio. Maybe its the limitation of all naturals? I dunno. Fig is still my favourite and then i may repurchase if i have deep pockets. I like Vanilla Smoke to but have found other options which are superior.