Wearable art

Rentless

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Wearable art
The Rentless perfume

Enter a genie bottle. Groovy, mellowed-out patchouli comes alive in contact with bright grapefruit oil and the vanilla-like sweetness of tonka absolute. A wearable art piece that floats above the flotsam and jetsam of life. Endlessly welcoming, it's a rallying endorsement of the power of inspiration to overcome obstacles; you’re never homeless, only rentless.

17 Ingredients
Fragrant, warm and musky aroma
Sweetly scented
Uplifting and refreshing

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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QueenieBee

About 11 months ago

This is very reminiscent of Lord of Misrule, just sweeter and with the inclusion of baking spices. It's a very comforting and safe scent choice, I feel. This is one of the few solids I've tried that wasn't linear - it seems to get sweeter the longer it's on, with the patchouli mellowing more to the background.

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DominoEmzie

About 6 months ago

This is a really beautiful scent. It’s heady, woody, sweet and a little smokey. The scent itself stays close to the skin and It’s almost androgynous to me as it smells both masculine and feminine all at once. This probably sounds weird but it’s almost how I imagine Jareth, the Goblin King from Labyrinth or Eric Draven from The Crow might smell. It’s sexy, perhaps a little gothic and a little mysterious. My kind of fragrance! :p

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DominoEmzie

About 6 months ago

This is a really beautiful scent. It’s heady, woody, sweet and a little smokey. The scent itself stays close to the skin and It’s almost androgynous to me as it smells both masculine and feminine all at once. This probably sounds weird but it’s almost how I imagine Jareth, the Goblin King from Labyrinth or Eric Draven from The Crow might smell. It’s sexy, perhaps a little gothic and a little mysterious. My kind of fragrance! :p

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