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    Smile Bed Time Fragrances.

    There are some fragrances that I consider bed time fragrances. I do not wear them during the day nor would I. At night these fragrances seems most appropriate and comforting. For me Eau de Cartier, Nuit de Noel, Royal Bain de Caron and Ambre Gris (which I do wear during the day). They help me to experience peaceful sleep and just make me feel positive. I wonder if any of you practice this sort of spiritual enhancement? Confess your secret fragrance practice. It might help someone else. After all we are all fragranceurs. Like the wolf and other animals smell is an integral part of our ancient heritage. Bon soire et bon nuit mes amis.

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    I really like putting on gentle florals at bed time, esp when I'm solo. My recent fave is AdP Profumo.

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    I like Mitsouko EdP and Black Aoud, sometimes Grey Flannel

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    I often spray on Pino Silvestre at night at home. The pine smell is extremely relaxing and not too strong.

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    I do put light florals on my bed when i go to sleep. KOUROS

    I do put gourmand on my bed. MUSC RAVAGEUR.

    I do put green scents on my bed. PARFUM D'HABIT

    I put my body scent on my bed too.
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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    Something with lavender like Body Shop White Musk for Men or L'Occitane Eau de L'Occitan.
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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    I do put light florals on my bed when i go to sleep. KOUROS
    You consider Kouros a "light" fragrance? Wow, I'd hate to know what you consider a powerhouse!

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    I like to wear Chanel No 5 extrait to bed and let the aldehydes screw with my brain waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamu1 View Post
    You consider Kouros a "light" fragrance? Wow, I'd hate to know what you consider a powerhouse!
    The scent itself is not strong, its just the concentration. i know its edt but they might have put about ~50% absolute oil in it. Amen is strong. Black Aoud is strong. Kouros is not. Im talking about the feeling when you smell it.
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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    I do put light florals on my bed when i go to sleep. KOUROS

    I do put gourmand on my bed. MUSC RAVAGEUR.

    I do put green scents on my bed. PARFUM D'HABIT

    I put my body scent on my bed too.
    Quote Originally Posted by shamu1 View Post
    You consider Kouros a "light" fragrance? Wow, I'd hate to know what you consider a powerhouse!
    Kouros is hardly a floral, and it's definitely not light. It's a spicy, animalic, and monstrous fougere for sure. Way too lively and energetic for me sleep with, but whatever works. It's a masterpiece either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    ........Im talking about the feeling when you smell it.
    That's what matters the most.

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    I personally use Bath & Body Works Lavender Vanilla pillow mist


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    Quote Originally Posted by pluran View Post
    Kouros is hardly a floral
    I feel the same way but my wife disagrees. She thinks it smells "flowerly and floral". Such is the mystery that is Kouros.

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    I use live jazz to put me to sleep. It has a fresh feel to it that makes me feel like i'm on vacation...even tho there is work tommorow.

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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    i've been wearing cuir de russie of late to determine whether or not i like it.

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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    Glad to see this thread hasn't devolved into a "Kouros smells like pee pee" thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pluran View Post
    Kouros is hardly a floral, and it's definitely not light. It's a spicy, animalic, and monstrous fougere for sure. Way too lively and energetic for me sleep with, but whatever works. It's a masterpiece either way.
    It is strong in the way it attacks people noses Thats for sure.

    I feel light, peace when i (or my pillow) wear it. Peace or piss ? PEACEEEEEE
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanwllCorfe View Post
    I personally use Bath & Body Works Lavender Vanilla pillow mist



    Same here!!!!
    Have I told you about the scent of jasmine? Have I spoken about the smell of the sea? The earth is scented. And I perfume myself to enhance what I am. That's why I can not wear a perfume that bothers me. Perfuming is an instinctive wisdom. And like all art, it requires some knowledge of yourself..."
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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    I'm wearing a drop of white aoud tonight.
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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    My bed normally smells of Acqua di Gio. Love it that way.

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    Almost anything with lavender in it.
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    Yes, whenever I go to sleep, while I do not necessarily settle for a particular "bedtime frag", usually the frags that cheer me up or that I enjoy wearing during daytime, they usually do the trick, no matter how heavy and/or unsuitable for nighttime they are, meaning almost anything in my wardrobe that I would use on a regular basis anyway (it seems that, when it comes to frags, my sleep is quite low-maintenance and undiscriminating).
    Last edited by Ken_Russell; 10th November 2009 at 10:07 AM.

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    Aaah, Tesla! Ambre Gris is one of my bedtime frags too (and I have the Bain de Caron on order from FragranceX), along with Ambre Precieux, Habit Rouge EdT, Mitsouko EdT and L'Air du Desert Marocain (when I'm in one of my 'other-wordly' moods). I like the idea of Bath and Body Works Lavender Pillow Mist... L'Occitane has something similar, must check it out.

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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    I wear just about anything to bed that I have not worn in a long time.
    Just gives me a chance to experience the scents that have been left out to
    due the unreasonable size of my wardrobe.

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    Usually a dab or two (no sprays!) of an ambery patch like Patchouli Leaves or Bois 1920 Real Patchouly.
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    My bed consistantly smells like the "creed" basenote, not that I wear creed every day but SWMBO says she can smell creed on the sheets and pillows and she likes it that way.

    The only scent I ever really apply at night is a light EdC if I've had a shave or a shower before bed.
    For good, anatomic reasons, scent fosters memory more readily than any other sense.

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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    Lately I been trying a small amount Lavender from Crabtree & Evelyn every now and then... seems to relax me!

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    I tend to sleep pretty good no matter what.
    Going to bed is a good time to sample frags that I haven't used in awhile. I'll do small sprays on both arms---each wrist and each antecubital (inner elbow) I bask in the circus before sleeping and smell them after waking up to investigate the total drydown.
    Your nostrils, which will dilate immesurably in unspeakable contentment, in motionless ecstasy, will ask nothing better for space, for they will be full of fragrance, as if perfumes and incense; for they will be glutted with complete happiness, like angels who dwell in the peace and magnificence of pleasent heaven.
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    I find the spicy warmth of Opium extrait perfect for a cold night. When I need some comforting, I use EL Amber Ylang Ylang.

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    Default Re: Bed Time Fragrances.

    I often wear Tea for Two at bedtime. Sometimes Endymion. I find these both relaxing.
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