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    Default Parfums des Beaux Arts Indochine

    This is a varient of the gingembre (or vice versa I suppose). Along with the opening of ginger, there is an equal amount of lemon. On my skin, this two scents are always present but their intensity does down a little. Nutmeg joins the party towards the end, which came about three hours after I applied it. So far, Gingembre is my favorite in both the scent and longevity. Only two more samples to go!

    Isaac

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    Default Re: Parfums des Beaux Arts Indochine

    Quote Originally Posted by isaacc7
    This is a varient of the gingembre (or vice versa I suppose). Along with the opening of ginger, there is an equal amount of lemon. On my skin, this two scents are always present but their intensity does down a little. Nutmeg joins the party towards the end, which came about three hours after I applied it. So far, Gingembre is my favorite in both the scent and longevity. Only two more samples to go!

    Isaac
    http://www.basenotes.net/house/100246

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