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|The Soap & Paper Factory’s Marine Eau de Parfum Spray|
Envision a quaint New York shop where beautiful handcrafted candles, perfumes, home fragrances, scented soaps, and hand creams abound all in art like inspired containers, jars, bottles, and earth friendly packaging. Upon entering, you are greeted to the most enticing aromas as you admire this environmentally conscious company’s bewitching selection of scented products, all hand blended and made in the United States without the use of petroleum, parabens, or phthalates.
You instantly want to explore each fragrant item because you need to discover and compare the wonders wafting at you from this wonderful place. Though The Soap & Paper Factory may be new to you, I doubt it will stay unfamiliar for long because it is where scented magic happens.
The company had made solid perfumes exclusively. Recently, they expanded into a line of eau de parfum sprays. I got to review their Marine Eau de Parfum Spray and am eager to share my findings with you.
Imagine a fragrance that allows you to feel the wind in your hair as you breathe in the scent of the sun and sea from the exhilarating rush of citrus, basil and anise. Those fresh citrus and sweet notes flow as gently to your senses as the water itself, rippling with hints of tempting spice that lure you deeper into its alluring hold. Marine Eau de Parfum Spray is a gorgeous light romantic fragrance that is very feminine and definitely a sea voyage that you would want to take!
If you’re looking to buy a holiday gift to please that special lady that hates heavy scents or has trouble finding a fragrance that is light, fresh, and yet romantic, I know that she would love this perfume because it is like finding a treasure. The Soap & Paper Factory’s Marine Eau de Parfum Spray retails for $32 for the 1.75 fl. oz. spray.
*Disclaimer: This is my own honest opinion. A free product was provided to facilitate this review.*