An Aquatic Floral Escape: Thymes Naia Cologne Review

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are “no-follow” links.**

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Thymes Naia Cologne 





Your day can be stressful.  However, I found
a great way to experience a beautiful sense of calm thanks to Thymes, the
creative collaborative in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  You see I just
discovered the comforting magic of their Naia Cologne and it is a delightful escape. 



Though it is classified as a green scent, I think
of Naia as more of an aquatic floral fragrance as well.  With tart yazu,
lychee, and crisp notes from lemon pulp, the scent opens with
sparkling freshness before it meets up with watery notes.  
The water lily, cyclamen and bamboo leaves add a
tranquil element to this mix to allow this scent to soften and leisurely drift
from that floral influence.  



As the herbs appear more prominently, the
fragrance takes on an energizing green note to that aquatic floral, uplifting the
scent while keeping it light.  



When the Hinoki wood and sheer musk finally
emerge, this scent warms in an amazing way to make it exceptionally graceful and
feminine.



If you hate overpowering fragrances, but love a
light floral with watery and green notes, you would cherish this one.  



To me, the
fragrance of Naia is bright, clean, and full of joy that is so easy to
wear, especially when you need a lift and pleasant fragrance escape to soothe
your soul.

This cologne sells for $33 for a 1.75
oz. spray.  Other options in the
Naia collection include soap, bath salts, body
lotion, bubble bath, body wash, candle, hand cream, home fragrance mist, hand
wash, hand lotion, and a sink set.  Do look into
Naia and allow
yourself to be whisked away to your own special happy place!



*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest
opinion.  A free product was provided to facilitate this review.*


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