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Citrus scents are impossibly fresh, but they also have a habit of going missing after a few hours. Until now, that is. This concentrated, distinctive blend lasts much longer than traditional citrus scents. Orange Sanguine is meant to recreate a moment in time, and mimics the blissful feeling of sitting on an oceanfront terrace, with groves of orange trees off in the distance. The joyful scent has top notes of blood orange and bitter orange, a middle transition with jasmine and geranium, and a base of amber woods, tonka beans, and sandalwood.
The smell isn't wonderful but it's bearable for me.1
I was really impressed by how long-lasting this perfume is! The scent has strong notes of oranges.1
I like this perfume for summer, but I am just not a big fan of receiving perfume samples in subscription boxes.1
I applied the fragrance and it was to much citrus for me. It kind of smells like a furniture polish. I was not to happy with this product1
This mad a sweet citrusy scent I am very picky with my scents and though it wasn't bad I wouldn't purchase something like this for myself.1
This is a very nice smelling fragrance. I will use all my sample and buy more1
I smelled like a classy holister or Abercrombie store1
I could peel an orange and smell better than this perfume. Not what I personally look for at all.1
The irony of the claim that this is a long lasting fragrance is too much for me to let get by. This is truly one of the shortest lived fragrances I have ever put on myself. The scent is very one-note and unelegant. To me, it literally seemed I could get the same scent by twisting the peel of an orange over my skin. The literal "bitter orange". Unbelievable the price they are asking for this. A truly disappointing sample even if it was given away free but doubly so as it was in my paid for box.1
To me this smelled like a bathroom fragrance rather than something I would wear. Not the scent I would choose.1