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Breath Of God


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breath of god perfume in 100ml glass bottle

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Take a moment. Inhale. Exhale.

This award-winning neroli perfume was built to carve a moment of deep contemplation.

Curls of smoky incense unfurl, shrouding the body and mind in an intoxicating blend of deep cedarwood and vetivert. Grapefruit provides an unexpected blast of fresh air in this ritual of scent.

You’ll like this if you like:
- Mood cheering neroli.
- Hottie massage bar.
- Moments of mindfulness. 

All perfumes come in a complementary recyclable gift box.


About 1 year ago

Hard to understand how a store such as LUSH can produce such a polarising scent: I've long said how off-putting LUSH is as a store for a man to visit. But in this day and age, this should be no excuse. Breath of God really surprises. As a totally unisex scent, the scent opens with florals underpinned by a certain...

27 Ingredients
Toning and balancing
Uplifting and refreshing
Antimicrobial and antiseptic

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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About 6 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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About 1 year 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!


7 months ago


About 7 months ago

Initially this smelled wonderful on me, but after a few days I noticed a burnt smell and the sweet floral and citrus notes didn't hold their ground anymore.

I wonder if the black pepper oil has anything to do with it?

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