A retro vetivert and vanilla rollercoaster

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A retro vetivert and vanilla rollercoaster

Take a walk on the wild side and strut down streets paved in colourful vetivert and vanilla, leaving spicy clouds in your wake. A sensual rollercoaster to swoop you up in its embrace like a lover and wrap you in technicolour when the clouds draw in. Breathing in this zesty sandalwood cocktail evokes a zest for life and laughter.

13 Ingredients
Restorative and relaxing
Sweet and soothing
Uplifting and soothing

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Natural Ingredients
Safe Synthetics

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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About 6 months ago

This is a perfectly ok perfume but I expected more for the very huge price tag.
It’s much like Breath of God which I like , smoky, herbal and grassy but it’s far too expensive for 30ml and I was expecting a lot more “wow”
I will use it but won’t buy again as it’s far too overpriced.
Sorry Lush this one isn’t a winner unless the price is halved.
I see absolutely no reason as to why this costs so much as the ingredients aren’t so different to most of the other perfumes to justify the price

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About 6 months ago

It's one of my favourites! It is a incense-like kind of scent, smokey and sweet.


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About 5 months ago

Brings me straight back to being around a campfire as a kid. For some reason I completely also associate this smell to a sauna. It's a quite masculine scent to me, but also has that bit of sweetness.
Overall doesn't blow me away with that price, but this is the smell of summer and campfires.

Would wear in the summer more often.

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