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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.
Strong smell and just not interesting. It's one note. That's it.1
I find the scent to strong for my liking if it had been more of a soft scent would have been my cup of tea1
This scent is strong. Like you hung out with your grandma in her attic all day and decided to borrow some gasoline to cover the old lady smell.1
I hate this smell, it's really just not my cup of tea1
This is unlike any other perfume I've tried. It's not overpowering or cloying. I actually really like this a lot. It's good for people who aren't quite sure about some of the super sweet or super musky perfumes.1
Very unpleasant smell. I was not sure how to use it based on the packaging. I spayed it on my skin and was disappointed with the smell. I had to wash the fragrance off my skin.1
Tried this the other day and had to take off within 5 minutes. It had a musk to it that I knew was gonna give me a headache before long.1
I like smells of flowers. I really can't compare this smell to anything. Just didn't like it.1
The scent reminds me of a 60 year old lady...ok, my mother-in-law who happens to put in a bottle of perfume to do dishes. Good grief, as soon as I smelled it, it reminded me of her. No thanks.1
For the type of perfume, this product was too expensive1