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  1. Re: L'Occitane Shower Gel: Cade or Eau de Baux?

    Thank you! That's great to know. : )
  2. L'Occitane Shower Gel: Cade or Eau de Baux?

    Hi Does anyone have experience with L'Occitane's shower gels? I know Eau de Baux smells very nice, but I don't know if it would be ideal in shower gel form, and I have never smelled their Cade...
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    Re: Today I Bought: January 2012

    Geisha Blanche has been one of my preferred fragrances for years now. So soft and whimsical.. Excellent choice out of all the Geishas!
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    Re: Your favourite notes in men's colognes

    patchouli, lavender, tobacco
  5. Re: Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    My mother really enjoys Blackberry and bay. It seems to be one of the more enjoyable offerings from recent JM.
    I think it's wonderful that so many people in your life are Fico di Amalfi fans....
  6. Re: Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    Thank you, Martha! That sounds quite lovely. I will make an attempt to track it down.
  7. Re: Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    I had an interesting experience with that one after receiving a sample when I purchased my bottle of Assoluta. I loved the sample almost enough to want to purchase at least a decant for myself, but...
  8. Re: Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    That was my concern as well. I had been considering a tea scent for her such as Green Tea and Jasmine by L'Occitane, but decided that tea might be a little too unconventinal to be comfortable for a...
  9. Re: Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    Thank you so much for these recommendations! I must look into the descriptions/reviews of these and see if I can envision any being a nice fit.
  10. Philosykos for a female professional in her 60's?

    I have to pick a fragrance for my boyfriend's mother, who is in her 60's, Southern, extremely kind and feminine, and very professional. She doesn't generally wear any fragrance so I was thinking of...
  11. Re: Need help choosing the fragrance for a girl...

    Fan di by Fendi. It's at Sephora, it's a big name, and it's more modern than some of the more mature smelling Chanels. Get her this and she.will probably actually wear it. Either that or Marc Jacobs...
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