What you are smelling of now?
What kind of perfume or any smell you are wearing now?
Dial soap, shampoo and Jergen's lotion. No perfume for me today...going to the dentist....I will save the perfume for something special.
Good for you! I applaud respecting the poor dentist's olfactory senses in that close proximity! BTW - my parents' house always smelled like Dial soap, but it was more pervasive back then. It has pleasant memories for me! House smells are memorable!
Thank you @duffsmom and @Nellieeanna
for replying here.
Its nice to know about the smells you are carrying with you.
Anaseed! Lol, just been sucking an anaseed ball, so stop me sneezing!
My granddaughters' sweet smell is all over me from their loving hugs.
I am wearing Neroli Jasmin from bodyshop. Just an ordinary day so something not to intense but delicate to make my day flow perfectly.
Ummm - my olfactories are very keen so I can imagine - nice! Also for freshness, Estee Lauder's 'Pleasures' (the original) smells of real lilacs.
I smell of virtually odorless Ivory soap, natural lanolin, jojoba & castor oil and a small amount of fragrant Oleg Cassini's 'Cassini', used only on my wrist immediately following a shower. Occasionally I switch to 'Juicy Couture' or Jo Malone 'Pomegranite Noir' but recently have tried & liked the 'Cassini'.
In my long history of enjoying good fragrances, I've known & loved some wonderful perfumes which, unfortunately, are no longer fully available in the U.S., including Nina Ricci's 'Fille d'Eve', Gerlain's 'Mitsouko', & Jean Despres' 'Bal á Versailles', any one of which I'd still use otherwise. I've also loved Chanel 'No 5' but it seems to have been altered in formula or else is now different on me. One's chemistry does change.
I've been able to detect a presence of out-of-view older women while shopping by an identifiable stale perfume aroma. Perhaps their bottles have become stale, perhaps it's a matter of body chemistry or meds they take (I take none). It's vital to me to avoid that, whatever it requires, even if it meant avoiding perfume completely. Respect for others is why I keep my current supplies fresh & apply only one little spray on my wrist & that, only following a shower. Then it's refreshed only following my next shower. It is keeping it smelling fresh, which is the only acceptable effect as far as I'm concerned.
It's also advisable to avoid wearing perfume when going to see the dentist or for any other close-proximity professional exam. It must be stifling for them at times! No wonder they wear those face masks :-)
Oops - meant 'Guerlain's' - not 'Gerlain's'. - ;-)
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