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Romano Ricci, the self-described offbeat dandy of the perfume world, only used one element—Cetalox—to create this minimalist perfume. Even if you've never heard of it, you've undoubtedly picked up its scent. Used as a back note in thousands of fragrances, Cetalox (a synthetic substitute for grey amber) takes center stage in Not a Perfume. The result is elegant, pure, spicy, and completely allergen-free.
Nothing special and not a great smell. I'm not impressed.1
I am very particular about perfumes and would love to never receive any perfume samples in my box. This one is just too spicy / harsh for me.1
Received this sample immediately love the name and idea. But the smell is not something I would personally purchase. Nor would I want this as a gift. I like more complex fragrances.1
This scent just wasn't for me at all. I am more into scents that are floral like my current Coach Poppy or citrusy like Atelier Cologne's Orange Sanguine.1
This scent was way too strong for me, definitely wouldn't purchase.1
This scent is great for someone who is older, maybe like my Grandma. It smells like the soap in her bathroom.1
of the smell. smelled too much like an older lady. but the smell did stay a pretty long time.1
I could not imagine a fragrance that goes less well with my olfactory senses. Surprisingly, this fragrance even seemed to clash with itself. I could not wait to wash it off me, and I don't think I would want to give it a 2nd try.1
I found the scent to be very strong and not appealing on me at all.1
I really did not care for this perfume. The smell did not appeal to me at all and reminded me of my aunt :(1