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Baby Phat Goddess (2005)
by Kimora Lee Simmons


Baby Phat Goddess information

Year of Launch2005
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 24 votes)

People and companies

HouseKimora Lee Simmons
PerfumerJean-Claude Delville
Parent CompanyBenckiser > Coty Inc > Coty Prestige
Parent Company at launchBenckiser > Coty Inc > Lancaster Group > Lancaster

About Baby Phat Goddess

Baby Phat Goddess is a feminine perfume by Kimora Lee Simmons. The scent was launched in 2005 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Jean-Claude Delville

Baby Phat Goddess fragrance notes

Reviews of Baby Phat Goddess

I was really looking forward to testing Goddess because I absolutely adored the cute pink bottle, however my impression of this fragrance will not have me rushing out to buy it anytime soon.

When I first sprayed Goddess I couldn't smell a thing. I tried it on my skin, on a card, even in the air, but still nothing. The opening is so light and airy that you need a super-nose to even detect the subtle notes.

After a few minutes, when the heart began to appear, I was able to sense some of the notes. This scent is a basic powdery floral, nothing overly exciting or different. I don't get any pepper or spicyness, just gardenia, rose, lilac and hiacynth.

Although Goddess isn't really my cup of tea, I would recommend this scent to young girls because of its subtle candy-like and baby powder scent. When worn by the right age group, this would be lovely.

04th June, 2011
Cheery and pretty rose garden-rose. I like it because it smells like the flowers in the front yard of one of my childhood homes growing up. Not the most advanced or sophisticated fragrance, but sometimes all you want is something a little on the simpler side, something that just feels good without forcing you to think about it too much.
07th October, 2008
I wanted to hate Goddess. I really did. I received it as a gift in a set with another Earth-shatteringly vulgar sounding scent- J-Lo Glo. Anything created by a talentless pop icon trying to leverage their popularity in the fragrance market usually fades about as quickly as the poplet who leant his/her name to it, but Goddess is the exception. Goddess is a rosy, strong scent that dries down to an enticingly deep, soapy floral. I wouldn't go so far as to call this "sexy"- it actually reminds me a lot of the scratch-and-sniff flowers in the "Pat the Bunny" book, but it has good persistance, and a strong, true note that exudes femininity and confidence- perhaps it IS a bit sexy after all!
21st July, 2008
Absolutely LOVE this fragrance. It smells so femine with the rose notes, and dies down super sexy...must be the musk. It makes my boyfriend come closer everytime I wear it. I wear this anytime I feel super feminine.
19th November, 2007 wasn't all that bad. But then again, i did just put a little sample on the tip of my finger. Overall the fragrance was on the way to being to "the same" i guess...not that great, pretty average.
16th January, 2006
Shycat Show all reviews
United States
Well, it's bad. If it actually was soap, it would be bad soap. I think "lye" is an unlisted note. However, I think the bottle will look sweet on my little blonde niece's dresser. And if she and her friends ever spray it, say on their Barbies, I don't think my sister will be very mad at me. But she might be...
17th November, 2005

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