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What started out as a sweet gift idea has turned into a cult fragrance. The brother duo behind Harvey Prince originally created this uncommon blend as a Mother’s Day present for their stylish mom. And they didn’t just design a pretty scent—they used olfactory research to develop a fragrance that’s calibrated to make you smell more youthful. The result, a sophisticated mix of citrus notes and blossomy florals, will appeal to you no matter your age.
This is a light, somewhat sweet perfume. It's a great scent for spring or summer. My only complaint is that it does not last as long as some of my other perfumes.5
Not a fan of the accompanying paperwork, but I really loved this smell! Ended up purchasing it and really enjoy it. Smells not too sweet, not too tart, and just summery and clean. Perfect!5
Smells like summer !! Brightens my
Day once I spray this on
Really loved this fragrance. Will try Harvey Prince out again.4
Love the smell like fresh scent great item pleasant scent ,pricey thou but overall great product would recommend this to others5
I haven't purchased perfume in years thanks to receiving it as gifts, but I couldn't resist this one! The reviews about the name are silly--the smell is great and it does not smell like its made for older women at all. Versatile scent!5
Received this ans was pinked for me but. Was hoping to love I but really didn't . Try is as it is a nice scent just give yourself about 1hr to air out,''3
Love smelly good stuff like this n perfumes sweet or salty ones5
I like the brand but the smell wasn't the greatest k3
This is a decent but unremarkable perfume. Sure, I used it. But I couldn't get past the packaging, which basically sent the message that a woman's worth is judged solely by her ability to stay young. I get that the premise of this perfume is that pink grapefruit has some scientific evidence of anti-aging qualities, but the packaging is really just offensive. Rebrand and try again Harvey Prince! (Know your audience!)2