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    Default Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    I absolutely love Pi, but as you know it is a strong base of vanilla. Would it be ok to wear this during spring and summer times, in moderation of amount etc.? or would it be cloying and sickening if it got too warm? (70-90 degree range average)

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    As always, ask your surroundings. They are the ones who will smell it.
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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    I got it late fall and wondering the same! From what I read I think it will be too strong during the summer. But I'm still going to try and see for myself.
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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    I think that it can work if you wear it in moderation and you are aware of your weather. If you are in a humid place then it will be a little more cloying, thus less enjoyable. It is a "warm" scent so you might not smell it often or hear that it is not a summer scent but it is up to you and the people around you. You don't have to wear it but you can if it works on your skin in the heat.

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    I think a lot of "heavy" scents like Pi can be used in warmer weather - just go easy on the application.

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    Early spring... That's about it.

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    I personally feel that the chances of it getting cloying are high... a light application may help tho.


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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    Pi... during the spring and summer... too risky, man, if you ask me.
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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    What EnvYuS said.

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    You could, but I wouldn't.

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    Quote Originally Posted by heythatslife View Post
    You could, but I wouldn't.
    To echo part of what heythatslife said - "you could" and I would. I agree with his post which I interpret that it may work on your skin or it may not. It works for me, so I'm happy If you can, test it when it's warm to see how it reacts to your skin. Hope it works for you the way it does for me!

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    Default Re: Is Pi appropriate for spring/summer use?

    Only if you like vanilla.

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