Wearable art


Solid Perfume

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.

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

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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About 1 year ago

I guess no one else noticed that Lush halved the size of the solid perfumes, but didn't lower the price at all. It used to be 12 grams. So basically, we're now paying double the money for the same product. Smells great, but I'm never going to get over the fact that Lush cut the product in half, while charging us just as much as before. Not cool. Not cool at all.

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About 7 months ago

This is a bit odd, but I like it a lot. It's sort of dark and cool. I don't think it is like lord of misrule at all. Lom is more warm, more vanilla sweet and so much more spicy with the black pepper and all. Sooo.... sometimes rentless smells like being in a swedish forest, like pine trees and soil which I'm guessing comes from the patchouli and labdanum. but it also has a licorice drop/ hard candy note, which I'm assuming is because of the grapefruit and tonka in the mix, I don't know. sometimes it's a bit rubbery. it is also a tad spicy, but not peppery.

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4 months ago


About 4 months ago

I love anything patchouli scented and found this layers so nicely with Karma and Lord of Misrule! Also lovely on its own. However, I ran out of this one (in the new glass pot) pretty quickly. I have older solid perfumes in the tins that I've had a for a few years that still have not run out. I checked how much product was in them and found the old tins have 12g whereas the new glass pots have only 6g and are also harder to get my finger in to get any perfume out. Not only this, but the price has gone up but the product has HALVED. I know costs go up, but this really is ridiculous.

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