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Breath Of God

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Infinite. Divinely enlightened.
Breath Of God perfume

Critically acclaimed, perfectly balanced perfume. This complex and distinctive fragrance is the marriage of the light-as-air, fruity ‘Inhale’ and woody, grounded ‘Exhale’, together forming a mysterious and smoky perfume inspired by incense. A counterpoint of light and dark, it develops differently on everyone who wears it.

Cindy1972

About 5 years ago

I was given a sample pot of this and I have to say that it's my new favourite perfume. The sandalwood undertones are perfect. It makes me feel like I'm walking in a woodland field. Another must have next time I go shopping

27 Ingredients
Ceadarwood
Toning and balancing
Uplifting and refreshing
Antimicrobial and antiseptic

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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laramaleenkipp

About 5 years ago

I bought the solid stick of this upon reading Luca Turin's and Tania Sanchez's review in the famous perfume guide. I was intrigued, they don't give out 5 stars easily. I was shocked at first, it just smelled like something burning, sudden and not very pleasant. But then...
Cold water. Something burning, somewhere. Cucumber. Wood. Old books. A winter garden in the rain. Leather. The thought of cold ham. Dried roses. Heavy, but light. Subtle, but a definite presence. Elusive, glimpsed. Deep. Grey light through old windows. Amazing.

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robholdroyd_6928380

About 3 months ago

I did not understand this fragrance upon first purchase, it just wasn’t me and i couldn’t figure out what it was supposed to be. so i left it on the shelf.

but then.... i smelt the perfume oils of “inhale” and “exhale” (these two fragrances combined make “breath of god”) separately, and fell in love with them both for different reasons. thus i revisited “breath of god” and immediately just ‘got’ it. it is now one of my firm favourites and i shall be investing in the big bottle.

bright yet dark. refreshing yet smoky. heavenly you could say, if there was such a thing!

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robholdroyd_6928380

About 3 months ago

I did not understand this fragrance upon first purchase, it just wasn’t me and i couldn’t figure out what it was supposed to be. so i left it on the shelf.

but then.... i smelt the perfume oils of “inhale” and “exhale” (these two fragrances combined make “breath of god”) separately, and fell in love with them both for different reasons. thus i revisited “breath of god” and immediately just ‘got’ it. it is now one of my firm favourites and i shall be investing in the big bottle.

bright yet dark. refreshing yet smoky. heavenly you could say, if there was such a thing!

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