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Indian Gardenia (2004)
by Body Shop


Indian Gardenia information

Year of Launch2004
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People and companies

HouseBody Shop
Parent CompanyL'Oréal Group
Parent Company at launchBody Shop

About Indian Gardenia

Indian Gardenia is a feminine perfume by Body Shop. The scent was launched in 2004

Reviews of Indian Gardenia

The blend is so fresh and beautiful. Like a bouquet of creamy florals (especially Gardenia).

To me the main note which stands out is the Gardenia itself, which is rich and creamy. I think it is also complimented by the mimosa, the champaca and the jasmine. The rose and lilly-of-the-valley round off the composition.

All in all a beautiful fragrance. I have received compliments whilst wearing it, and it brings me joy every time I put it on. Love it! Maybe a shame it's discontinued but I will treasure it.
24th April, 2016
An initial perfumey blast gives way to spices & citronella after a moment or two, then a little wood, perhaps sandalwood, followed by a slightly crisp, grassy note, then after an hour sweet, musky florals show up, but no gardenia. The sillage is quite good & could cause headaches in an enclosed space, but it's barely there on my skin after two hours. lt's ok, & might work better in winter, l'll wait & see...

Edit; bottle now sold. There were aspects of this perfume that l liked; the warm florals & gentle spices, but l just couldn't ignore that "bug spray" note of citronella. Neither could my co-workers.
03rd September, 2010 (last edited: 25th November, 2011)
I use this as aromatherapy in my home. It's a warm floral scent. Sometimes I like to mix it with rose absolue and vanilla :)
19th August, 2010

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