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It’s a bland, soapy, musky scent. It’s very soft with hardly any sillage… in fact, it is so light that hardly qualifies as a skin scent. I smell a soft, transparent, soapy, sort of musky note – not very complex, and very uninteresting. I think it would qualify as a sort of an after shower skin scent requiring imagination – clean and slightly musky… barely noticeable.
I can see this as a scent for someone who doesn’t want to have anyone to know he or she is wearing a fragrance (it’s totally unisex). I seriously doubt that it can be identified as a fragrance – only as shower soap. Personally, I like the identifiable translucency of CK Be better than the unidentifiable transparency that Keiko Mecheri Musc delivers. 121
22 November, 2008