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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.
I instantly didn't care for the scent. Then to see how expensive it is was a major turn off.1
I did not care for this scent. Too flowery and sweet for me. I must say it lasted all day1
I am NOT a fan of this product, Don't like the smell at all, strong and smells full of alcohol. It just stinks to me. I don't recommend it all.1
This stuff smells nasty! It smells like cedar like my grandmas old cedar chest! I'm not a fan at all1
Did not like the smell at all. It mad me sick to smell it.1
Did not like this product. February box was supposed to be all about lips only received one lip product; definitely not impressed1
It's a woodsy perfume. It's probably nice if you use and like perfume which I don't. I wish we could opt out1
I'm biased because I don't wear perfumes. This one in particular is too sharp and strong. I'd prefer something subtler.1
I don't usually wear perfume but thought I would give this a shot. I sprayed it on my wrist and decided I didn't care for the sent. I tied to wash it off in the sink twice and it was still there. I could even smell it after I took a shower.1
I got this same perfume/scent in a different subscription box about a year ago and my opinion still stands. If you have any sensitivity to fragrance AT ALL, do not go near this product! I didn't even have to spray it on anything for the scent to trigger a headache. I can see how at first "sniff" this would be a nice fragrance, but if anyone were wearing it around me I'd have to leave the room.1