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Take a deep breath and relax with this sophisticated scent, which helps us tap into our inner New Age gurus. Harvey Prince designed the mood-elevating blend of exotic essences and oils to counteract stress and keep us zen throughout the day. It’s the fragrance equivalent of yoga class.
As a teenage girl, this product is not for me. Although the scent is fresh and clean smelling, like a typical "fresh cotton linen smell", it is definitely a scent designed for older women. It was not my favorite, but I would recommend it to my mother.2
This is a nice, warm winter scent but wears off rapidly. Also, I don't see any association with yoga. I won't pay full price for this product.2
I don't wear perfume and a lot of them give me a headache. Yogini did smell nice but I can't smell for a long period of time. The initial smell was nice and soft.2
I like fresh scents but this one is very very strong and will stay with you a long time which isn't the best if you arent a big fan2
"The Scent of Liberation"...of my nasal passages because as soon as I took a whiff of it I had to take a step back. Not exactly the calming smell I was expecting! Not exactly a great smell.2
Obviously perfumes are totally personal, but this one just did not do it for me. That being said, even though I don't love it, I didn't find it BAD or offensive.2
I'm just not a fan of this kind of smell. My perfumes tend to be MUCH sweeter and this one really isn't. It's a good smell, but just not one I want to wear.2
This scent was not bad, it was just not a scent that is for me.3
not sensitive to most scents but this one left me sneezing for quite a while after applying it. I usually am not so sensitive to new perfume scents, and the scent itself is not particularly bad3
It smelled okay but it's not really what I go for. And it didn't pass the husband test, so I'll pass on this one. I'm sure some folks would like it.3