What scents after you smell them do you just have to buy


#1

what are your go to scents, once you smell them in anything, you just have to buy. mine are plum, plumeria, jasmine, tropical rainforest ( of course i have only found this scent once in a shampoo and conditioner), iced pear, jojoba, watermelon and kiwi


#2

I like tropical scents. I also like citrus scents as well.


#3

I used to adore VS “Love Spell”. It was one of my favorite scent combos for the longest time!
I really like fresh clean, citrus and floral scents.
Another favorite was “Sweet Pea” from Bath and Body Works.
There is another scent that I loved from a resort in hawaii.
It was mango and something else.
Very fresh and tropical.
I am going to look it up and report back.


#4

Being sensitive to a lot of smells I stick to fruity smells. I do like pineapple, watermelon, mango. Tropical fruity smells. I buy the soft soap I think it’s called? Pomegranate mango body wash often just for the scent.


#5

Anything tropical grabs my nose instantly and if I smell a product and it gives me that “ahhhhh” moment, I buy it. My absolute favorite smell combination though is amber and patchouli. That is a scent that I love in my home year round.


#6

I like tropical and floral scents in the summer and really like vanilla notes in the winter.


#7

Pumpkin, coconut, and peach are my favorite


#8

I like minty and fruity scents. I used to really enjoy lavender but lately I’ve been leaning more towards eucalyptus spearmint like Bath and Body Works’s stress relief products.


#9

Sandalwood, amber, musk, cardamom. Of course I’ve always said I’d happily buy perfume that really smelled like the ocean or coffee.


#10

I love the food scents.Something that smells so good I just want to eat it.LOL.I have read before that wearing warm scents that are food (vanilla, crème brulee, etc… draws people closer into your space.


#11

I love the tropical, beach scents. I guess it evokes a memory of relaxing at the beach with no worries. I love the coconut fragrances and how it makes my skin smell afterwards.


#12

Lemongrass is my favorite. Vanilla, rose, basil and citrus combined, coconut, grapefruit, if it’s any fruit except banana, I want to smell like that. Haven’t found more than a few perfumes I like but Long Winter Farm makes some great combinations! https://longwinterfarm.com/collections/perfume-oil
Only negative thing with smelling edible is that my furry friends lick moisturizer off my legs, feet, and hands completely within minutes.


#13

Anyone else in their 30’s remember the Vanilla Musk or Sunflower in the 90’s? I was so obsessed with that and wonder in another 30 years, will we laugh at our today’s obsession with coconut?

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#14

I really love mango, vanilla, and coffee scents. Though the coffee ones tend to be candles rather than body products. Vanilla in particular is a scent I’ll never get sick of. It’s just so sweet and pretty but can still be nice and subtle. Strawberry is also a great scent! I like most fruit scents in general. My favorite body wash is from Aveeno and they recently made a vanilla version of it and I definitely want it, but I’m holding off until I’ve used up the samples we just got hahah.https://www.aveeno.com/products/daily-moisturizing-yogurt-body-wash-vanilla-oats

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#15

I can’t walk away from a product that has a coconut smell! Coconut scented shampoo, body wash, even air fresheners are my favorite! Especially during summer.


#16

I looooooove musk scented oils. Sometimes I layer them to achieve my own blend.


#17

I am on board with the tropical scents during the summer. A great Coconut, Mango, Pineapple combination. Sweet Pea by Bath &amp: Body another favorite of mine.


#18

It seems like the “edible” and “drinkable” scents are popular for summer body washes.


#19

I think perfume is the only thing that I buy specifically for the scent. I won’t buy a product that I don’t really like the formulation of or have no use for even if it smells good. As a matter of fact I have a Degree deodorant with the “Sexy Intrigue” scent that I really love (they used to make a body spray and they stopped of course), but I can’t use it as a deodorant because it doesn’t smell good if I do happen to get sweaty. It smells great in the container, but makes a terrible deodorant.


#20

I love vanilla and will buy anything that smells like it.
I actually really hate that people equate vanilla with boring because it’s such a great smell and it layers so well with so many things.