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by Zents


Earth information

GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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PerfumerSarah Horowitz-Thran

About Earth

Earth is a shared / unisex perfume by Zents. The fragrance was created by perfumer Sarah Horowitz-Thran

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Reviews of Earth

An interesting woody perfume. I smell mostly a mix of pine and frankincense, brightened with something mentholated and minty, and made more "perfumey" with some judicious sandalwood and a pinch of vetiver. This type of scent almost always smells great on me, and Earth is no exception. It does a good job of representing "Earth", like the smell of earthy peet or forest floor dirt. It also, despite the typically masculine notes, somehow has a prettiness to it that I can't quite figure out.

In opposition to Odysseusm, I found Earth quite light. With my normal application, it formed a short-lived aura around me, but faded away quickly, which was my biggest problem with it and the reason for my neutral review.
21st April, 2013
Fir, frankincense and woods... I should love it! I don't. It isn't a bad scent but there is something that doesn't quite work for me.
It has a citrus-bergamot opening, slightly sweet and plummy. It develops into a soapy-citrus sort of scent which is clean, a bit outdoorsy-fresh.
Further development reveals slight wood notes and hints of incense. But then a kind of heavy, earthy note develops. Not super-heavy, just something sort of bland and generic. Mind you, I learned to apply this very lightly, otherwise the heavy quality gets quite unbearable.
In light doses this is OK -- but life is too short to wear scents that are just "OK".
18th December, 2012

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