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    Default Fragrance Wipes

    I've spotted a few of these on e-bay (usually as part of job lots with other sample vials) and also a "scented bracelet" by FCUK - has anyone experienced these?

    I would tend to assume the scent from the wipes would be rather short on staying power and the bracelet idea seems a bit of a non-starter.

    Comments anyone?
    Last edited by egrorian; 23rd December 2008 at 07:30 PM.

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    Default Re: Fragrance Wipes

    Years ago, I remember getting scented wipes as testers for some scents instead of filled vials.
    I never liked them as much as having actual juice to sample. They used to dry up even in the sealed packages after a while. I don't think it's an effective method to deliver the product, even as a tester.
    4711 still makes refreshing wipes for "on the go" people. :-) More of a pick me up/way of life thing for some as I understand it.

    Lastly, there are several options for scented necklaces around. I can see that one going over better than the bracelet because of body location. Some of the necklaces contain solid perfume that can be applied like the juice. IMO, that is a nice idea but I don't know how the lasting power/sillage works out.

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