Fragrance to Soothe Your Soul! Thymes Azur Body Water Review

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Thymes Azur Body Water

Are you the type mainly attracted to breezy ocean
fragrances?  If so, then
Thymes Azur Body Water may just
fit the bill to carry you off from the rigors of your day. With its special
restorative blend of scientifically formulated ingredients of sea herbs,
minerals, and vitamins, this light marine fragrance might be your ticket to a
relaxing ocean voyage from the comfort of your home.



Unlike Naia Cologne, another reviving
marine type scent that I had previously reviewed from the creative Minneapolis collective known as Thymes, the Azur Body Water has less of a floral
influence.   Due to the white tea to dilute the water lily and
jasmine, this beautiful fragrance also has a watery floral delicateness but only
with a hint of those flowers.  However, once the crisp bergamot and influx
of green from herbs emerge, this scent becomes even fresher somehow than the Naia. 



When you detect those notes of amber, vanilla,
and musk, this fragrance leaves you with a comforting peacefulness to those
watery notes, almost like you are inhaling the combined essences of nature’s
flowers, green  grasses, and musk, drifting in from the sea.  This has a
clean and calming quality that does seem to help put you in a better state of
mind.



I highly recommend the Azur fragrance line
to anyone that is looking for a soft marine scent that is easy to wear while
being clean and so refreshing.  Such gentleness in this watery floral is
especially wonderful to wear to work without being intrusive and overpowering to
others.  At the same time, this may be just the prescription for staying
grounded and relaxed throughout normal stresses of  your day.


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