Friday, September 28, 2018

Perfume Dessert

Perfume that smells like dessert for only Php 250? Why not???

A few days before my trip to China, I received these in the mail. Perfume Dessert is a fragrance brand that formulated in London that's being sold at a really affordable price of Php 250. I was told that these have 20-30% concentration of oils, which means they have longer staying power compared to eau de toilette and colognes.
First thing I noticed about these is the size. I love the fact that they come in 30ml, so I was easily able to put them in my backpack onboard the plane; there was no need to check them in since they're really small and don't take up too much space! The second thing - the packaging. I mean, I appreciate brands who spend a lot on customized bottles and eye-catching designs, but let's face it, all these contribute to the cost, which of course, adds to the selling price of the product. So the fact that Perfume Dessert's overall look isn't as complicated, they're able to minimize cost and provide quality at a low price. Sure, it's simple, but it gets the point across. Right?  I also actually like that each bottle has individual containers to protect them from different elements like air, humidity, and temperature. You know how old perfumes can change scent? Well, these last longer so long as they're stored properly.
To tell you the truth, at first, I was hesitant about using these, since I wasn't exactly sure how I feel about smelling like dessert, but after trying them out, I was pleasantly surprised to know that the scents aren't too sweet and overpowering.
As much as I love how fresh the Cucumber Melon Cooler makes me feel, my favorite has to be the Black Raspberry & Vanilla Ice Cream. It's not as sweet as the Peach Bourbon Popsicles nor flowery like the Sakura (though I still love this one!) 
So if you're looking for a new scent to try or maybe something different to give to friends and loved ones for the holidays, I would definitely recommend Perfume Dessert! Check out their Facebook Page here.
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