A work of wearable art.
Keep an open mind with grounding patchouli, refreshing grapefruit and subtly sweet tonka. They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder and this masterpiece of earthy aromas is no exception.
You’ll love this if you like:
- Earthy perfumes.
- Rentless washcard and perfume.
- Changing perspectives.
How to use:
Warm with your fingertips and apply to pulse points to awaken this nostalgic scent.
4 / 4 people found this helpful
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.
About 3 months ago
This is a go to scent I'll always get the solid perfume edition although having one bottle of the perfume. The scent is something that's slightly dark but at the same time gives off that somewhat kind of sweet smell most probably cause of the tonka and my mind thinking wow slightly sweet kind of like a candy shop scent or even with that patchouli like walking in a forest in North America in Washington state or Northern california which is such a lovely thing to me.Read More
2 months ago
About 2 months ago
living in the Midwestern United States, we go hard with fall festivals and outdoor events. The scent of Rentless reminds me of my favorite yearly outdoor festival that happens the last weekend of October. There's a spiciness that is reminiscent of all the ciders and spiced pastries, a woody smokiness that smells just like the bonfires and outdoor kitchens, alongside a sharpness with the woody tones that makes me think of the wood workers carving designs and plaques into pine, and a sweetness that smells just like all of the quaint mom and pop shops in the historic town that hosts the event.Read More
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