I want to share with you a unique way to experience fragrance, where you can choose from a whole library, from A-Z of travel size fragrance notes, which can be worn on their own or cocktailed to create your own bespoke scent. As I have just started on a new fitness routine I am trying to be good and resist sweet treats, so I’ve been looking for other ways that I can indulge my sweet tooth but without the calories.
This is why I’ve chose to try the Vanilla Ice Cream cologne spray from The Library of Fragrance. I have wanted to try this range for quite some time as I find it fascinating that their are so many fragrances to choose from, in fact there are over 300 unique scents with over 100 available in the UK.
If you are new to The Library of Fragrance all of their products are produced in the USA by Demeter, who have been creating fragrances for the past twenty years with the vision to capture all the wonderful smells that surround us in everyday life, but are too often under appreciated in the busy modern day world.
I adore the simplistic elegance of these clear cut glass bottles with a silver toned lid. The 30ml size makes it perfect for me to be able to carry around with me for an instant pick me up, wherever the time or place. The Vanilla Ice Cream fragrance is a delight to the senses and has worked well to cure me of my cravings, along with being a wonderfully sweet aroma to wear. I’ve had many compliments when I’ve worn it and where it can be purchased from.
The fragrance is quite bold, which is how I personally like my scents and it means I only need to use a couple of spritz’s to allow the aroma to last for many hours. I am very keen to try fragrances from the library, in particular I have my eye on the Gingerbread, Log Cabin and Licorice scents.
If you would like to try The Library of Fragrance Vanilla Ice Cream scent or other popular scents such as Gin & Tonic, Baby Powder, Gingerbread, Fresh Laundry, Jasmine or Musk then you can purchase via this LINK at a reduced price for a limited time.
Have you tried any of The Library of Fragrance scents?
What type of fragrances do you tend to go for?
Please comment below and let me know.