In the early stages of Philosophy’s Shower Gel life, there wasn’t alot of scents to choose from and the ones they did have weren’t nearly as fantastic as the current releases. Indeed, you’ve heard this all before from me but I can’t begin to tell you how Philosophy has evolved as some of their earlier releases weren’t anything like what we experience from them in the realms of shower gel today.
I’m mentioning all this because most recent release of Philosophy Salt Water Taffy Shower Gels has been a bit of a bust for me and I feel like I’m doing a rewind back to Philosophy’s past with some of these as they aren’t up to my current standards of what their shower gel should smell like!
Following up on their success with the original Crescent Row Fragrances, Benefit has released three new scents in the collection.
Jump ahead to hear about them!
Kinda sorta wasn’t all that impressed with Philosophy Salt Water Taffy Shower Gels that I recently hauled.
But…doesn’t stop me wanting to babble ’bout ’em!
Ok who has Carrie-fever over the new SJP NYC Eau de Toilette?
Demeter probably has one of thee most extensive fragrance libraries around. From Bubblegum to Chai Tea, they pretty much have a scent to suit every taste and need. Fruity, floral, musky…you name it and Demeter probably has a scent for it.
The best thing about Demeter?
Their weird, unusual scents (or at least the names of the scents) such as Crayon, Funeral Home, and Dust. Lord knows, I’ve never had any ambitious to smell like Dust but if you’re so inclined, Demeter has a fragrance for it. Or you can go for something innocent like Stable which sports the eau de aroma of fresh hay, muck, and sweet animal sweat…..yes, that sounds more along the lines of what I like to smell like.
One thing that poor Demeter has never introduced is the smell of gas. Can’t be I’m the only one that adores the scent of gas?
If it’s weird fragrance you seek here they are.
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Visit www.demeterfragrance.com for some of their more normal scents!