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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 did not like the scent of this perfume at all. It was so strong. Two thumbs down on this one.1
I did not care for the scent of this perfume at all. Very strong and overpowering. Sample size was ok though.1
I still haven't figured out what exactly this smells like, but the closest I've come is the ink on a page of a magazine. After sampling a bit on my wrists, it is a faint, light odor that doesn't linger, so I'm grateful for that!1
I really hate this scent. It made me sick, nausea and headache. It is terrible and stays on FOREVER. I seriously put alcohol, vinegar, and soap on my hand to try to take it off. I ended up having to put plastic tape over it.1
This is probably the worst sample I've received so far. Despite my beauty profile, I keep getting fragrance samples that I never like. This was the worst, I thought the scent was awful. Just my personal preference!1
This is unfortunate as I really like the scent but it absolutely fades within minutes. Whatever is missing from it that makes it not a perfume must be a needed ingredient for staying power. Maybe if this was mixed with an oil it would hang in there. Seems pricing as well. Sorry.1
Nope. Not at all for me. This is a very masculine scent. I appreciate the idea behind it, one ingredient, no filler, but the scent is not my style at all.1
This was the strangest thing I have gotten in my box. It was a weird smell that I didn't really care for. Won't be purchasing it.1
I didn't like this scent at all although the concept is interesting. Wouldn't purchase.1
I love scent, especially single-note scents. Juliette IS a perfume and it's not really a one-note. The rose is quite strong but there are also other notes that don't support the rose. I also think the rose is fake-smelling, a huge turn-off. I'll keep saving up for the one I want and pass on Juliette.1