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|Thymes Olive Leaf Cologne|
Warm and woodsy with a hint of pepper, this unisex
Olive Leaf Cologne by Thymes, will stir your senses with its earthy
appeal. Classified as an aromatic fragrance, it has a lightness to its
blend of herbs, woods, and floral that is pure and intriguing in its simplicity.
Unpretentious and rooted to nature, you
immediately are drawn to the fresh mix of rosemary, laurel leaf and crisp balsam hidden
in this sunny blend delicately sweetened with lavender and patchouli.
There is a warmth about this fragrance once the rosewood kicks in to fill
a heart with joy.
Though some people may think this is a more manly
fragrance than a feminine one, I definitely disagree because its clean, soft
woodsy essence has a fabulous smell on me. Honestly, the Olive
Leaf Cologne ranks at the top of my Thymes favorite list from the
ones I tried already.
As with all fragrances, you need to remember that
scents vary from one individual to another, depending on your own body
chemistry. A good example is that timeless classic of Shalimar
by Guerlain. I adore that spicy fragrance, however, not on me. When
my mother wears this beautiful perfume, it smells heavenly like an angel
descended to this plane. Unfortunately, I found that same smell
reeks once it heats against my skin.
Something you may want to try is to use a small
spritz in a few of your pulse spots instead of spraying more vigorously.
Applying in that fashion will give you just enough of the fragrance without
settling heavily in one spot.
Another observation that I want to share is how long this particular
cologne lasts once I timed it. I tested it at 6:50 P.M. and found it
lingered with soft traces against my wrist 4:53 A.M. the next morning. Of
all the Thymes colognes that I have tested, I think this has the longest
lasting staying power as well.
With all sincerity, I think if you’re tired of
heavy scents and want something clean, warm, and gently sweet, I hope you try
this remarkable cologne or anything from the Olive Leaf collection. A 1.8 oz. cologne sells for $33.00.
*Disclaimer: This is my own honest
opinion. Free product was provided to facilitate this review.*