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    I have tried out virgin island water soap, shower gel and green irish tweed shower gel. On me to be honest the soap lathers really good, you can very slightly smell the fragrance in the soap but not projection or longevity out of the shower, shower gels have stronger scent but once you leave the shower it is gone, and yes i am talking about green irish tweed too. Are they bad? No they are not, I suggest people who do love Creed to try them out they may or may not work for you depending on your ph ,etc. I am going to try out some other stuff soon. I will keep you all posted.

    Ps. the room sprays are not that great in my opinion, keep in mind i have sampled the shower gel and the room sprays i did not buy them.

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    Creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.
    Geeeez!
    What have you done mate? You've just put the future of this thread in jeopardy..... ;-)

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    Dont get me wrong i still like MI =] But for the longevity and sillage its the worst in my wardrobe along with Polo Blue.
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    when you deal with more natural materials they projection and longevity will suffer but the quality is unmatched by anyone. fragrance is not supposed to go 50 miles long and last 5 years on the skin, many times those are synthetics that you do not even want to mess with all the time, given i have some nice designer gourmands and i use that if i want attention, but buying Creed is primarily buying for yourself, fragrance is person, if they are in my personal space they will smell it.

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    "unmatched by anyone" ?
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    you can smell the quality in their frags, i do not see that with other companies and i have smelled a ton of them.

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    All threads mentioning Creed must have a fight in them...

    In the spirit of the initial post, I have the shower gels for Original Vetiver and Original Santal. Both smell dead-on like their perfumes. The OV is strong enough that you really don't need to apply a scent after using it, which is nice, but makes it so I can really only use it when I plan on wearing OV, which is kind of limiting, but keeps it as more of a special occasion luxury, which is probably proper, considering the price.

    The OS gel, on the other hand, smells great while you use it, but doesn't leave anywhere near as much scent on the body. I can use it and then apply something different. (which is odd, given that OS is easily the strongest, longest lasting Creed)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    "unmatched by anyone" ?
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    Hi 007!

    I am also a fan of Creed, though we differ in taste: 3 stars only for Himalaya? And only one for Baie de Genièvre?

    Nevertheless, I'm with you 100% in giving 5 stars for Vintage Tabarome and Royal English Leather!

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    Yes! Creeds have top-notch offerings, and a lot of them. They were the first niche I've tried and I fell in love. As time grew by, I sampled even more houses and my fragrance knowledge improved and Creed still keeps a pace in my top 3 niche houses.

    At their retail price 250$ for 4.2 ounces the poor longevity is frustrating, I guess this is what keeps me from buying all of the Creeds available (thanks Creed for saving my bank account).

    Their gig is that they only use natural ingredients, that may be true, but come on, who wouldn't want to smell like Millesime Imperial for 10 hours?
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    Its the same with Creed as with many other companies. Some has bad sillage/longevity, and some are very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    when you deal with more natural materials they projection and longevity will suffer but the quality is unmatched by anyone. fragrance is not supposed to go 50 miles long and last 5 years on the skin, many times those are synthetics that you do not even want to mess with all the time, given i have some nice designer gourmands and i use that if i want attention, but buying Creed is primarily buying for yourself, fragrance is person, if they are in my personal space they will smell it.
    And the award for best (non-compensated!) marketing spiel goes to............

    Davidbond, I thought I already told you about the evil truth behind Creed's use of naturals!

    I'm sincerely glad you found a house you really like though. Creed does have some gems in their lineup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.
    Quote Originally Posted by gupts View Post
    Geeeez!
    What have you done mate? You've just put the future of this thread in jeopardy..... ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Justiniani View Post
    Hi 007!

    I am also a fan of Creed, though we differ in taste: 3 stars only for Himalaya? And only one for Baie de Genièvre?

    Nevertheless, I'm with you 100% in giving 5 stars for Vintage Tabarome and Royal English Leather!

    Cheers,

    Mario
    Thanks Mario we all got our preferences on Creed lol, i know people who love Himalaya but it is a bit bland for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    And the award for best (non-compensated!) marketing spiel goes to............

    Davidbond, I thought I already told you about the evil truth behind Creed's use of naturals!

    I'm sincerely glad you found a house you really like though. Creed does have some gems in their lineup.
    all frag companies use some sort of synthetic i am aware but Creed has nice smelling colognes and i like that they use more natural ingredients than other companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.
    indeed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    all frag companies use some sort of synthetic i am aware but Creed has nice smelling colognes and i like that they use more natural ingredients than other companies.
    erhhh... ahhh... right.

    *L'Aventurier takes a deep breathe and sighs*
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    Creed bodywashes almost ALL I use. With that in mind...

    ALL three that I use are 100% accurate to their alcohol-oil fragrance counterpart.

    Silver Mountain Water...FILLS your bathroom with the fragrance. It does stick to your body as well.
    Green Irish Tweed...not so great stick-to-it, and moderately fills your bathroom when showering.
    Virgin Island Water...poorly adheres, but it's a fun scent.

    I gave Love In White (for women) to someone special. It's dead-on accurate.

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    get a bottle of unscented Aveeno body wash. Add a sample vial of your favorite Creed. Mix.

    $5.99.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    get a bottle of unscented Aveeno body wash. Add a sample vial of your favorite Creed. Mix.

    $5.99.
    You just gave me a very sweet idea. Maybe not a sample vial, but I think 8ml would do well for an 100ml of body-wash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sensual View Post
    Creed bodywashes almost ALL I use. With that in mind...

    ALL three that I use are 100% accurate to their alcohol-oil fragrance counterpart.

    Silver Mountain Water...FILLS your bathroom with the fragrance. It does stick to your body as well.
    Green Irish Tweed...not so great stick-to-it, and moderately fills your bathroom when showering.
    Virgin Island Water...poorly adheres, but it's a fun scent.

    I gave Love In White (for women) to someone special. It's dead-on accurate.
    i will keep that in mind

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    Longevity: I applied Erolfa this morning. Still a nice, faint skin scent 8+ hours later.

    Products: I bought Original Santal deodorant. It smells good, but the deodorant effect is kinda weak. I wouldn't recommend it for long-distance wear.

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    when you deal with more natural materials they projection and longevity will suffer but the quality is unmatched by anyone.
    People should try telling the Arabs that the "natural" agarwood oils and attars they use are going to suffer from lack of longevity and projection.
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    it really depends on skin type and body chemistry...
    I used to have longevity problems with one of my beloved fragrances, EAU SAUVAGE by DIOR... after 1 hour nobody could detect anything, on the other hand a friend of mine wear 3 sprays in the morning and you could smell it 7 hours later...!

    Back to CREED.
    As for me and my very dry skin: Bois Du Portugal gives the strongest Sillage and Longevity, since it contains woody ingredients such as Sandalwood, Cedarwood... etc.
    Green Irish Tweed works well in warm weather and stays long on skin too...

    So best thing is really try out several Creeds you like for several days and you can say which ones work with your body and which ones not...!
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    Tabarome Millesime, Erolfa, and Acier Aluminium stays for a long time on my skin. M-I has no longevity at all. Max one hour, and after that it`s gone! I use Himalay edp spray, showergel,and deo-stick, so the longevity on that one is quite good. The sillage could be better..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    when you deal with more natural materials
    When you deal with more natural materials apparently you have to be invested enough into the fragrance to turn it's application (i'm looking at you, MI and GIT) into a part-time job and carry a decant with you everywhere. I'm not ready for that -$200 level of commitment just yet

    That's beside the point, sorry I couldn't resist - you're the #1 Creed fan.

    Can you tell me what the GIT bodywash is like? I mean like in terms of quality and a lot of subtleties that I'd hope distinguish it from something you can get at walmart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    you can smell the quality in their frags, i do not see that with other companies and i have smelled a ton of them.
    Lots of people dont see the *apparently very high* quality in Creed. (me! me!)

    What is quality really ? If you say Creed is high quality, then high quality relative to what? People say Creed is mainstream niche, it *might* be better than some new designer fragrances. But, compared to top notch niche houses, sorry, no way mate.

    How do you know Creed uses more "natural quality ingredients" than the other houses?

    On luckyscent:

    Wherever possible, Olivier Creed insists on using natural essences instead of the synthetic ones used increasingly by large perfume companies these days. This enables Olivier Creed, a perfectionist, to preserve the originality and superior quality of his fragrances. The components are then weighed, mixed, macerated and filtered, all by hand, before being shipped to only the finest department stores and specialist retailers worldwide. Creed fragrances offer all those who appreciate excellence the opportunity to rediscover the art of fine fragrance.

    Does it sound like a marketing statement ? Yes.

    Is it overpriced ? Yep. Definitely. $240 for 120ml of an eau de cologne ?

    They say more natural ingredients but they didnt dare to say which houses, nor did they dare to say that those houses dont use natural ingredients. They don't even dare compare, coz im sure ppl will rebut them. So they try to make it sound so 50 50, that you can't really accuse them for making false statements. They use natural essence, but they didnt say other houses don't use natural. They just say other houses use synthetic as well. All perfumes have synthetic even creed. Natural doesnt smell as good, and as consistent as synthetic sometimes, partly due to the batch differences. As long as they create a nice smelling perfume, i rather it be synthetic, "at least they last longer" .


    The only reason i bought my MI is because it was cheap. Im not saying Creed is bad. But for the retail price... no thanks.

    My point is, since you are a basenoter, do not get too obsessed with one, because you might be fooled (you are) by the marketing campaigns, and missing out on the REAL deals.

    Btw, my MI from 3-4 years ago still smells the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladdypwnz View Post
    When you deal with more natural materials apparently you have to be invested enough into the fragrance to turn it's application (i'm looking at you, MI and GIT) into a part-time job and carry a decant with you everywhere. I'm not ready for that -$200 level of commitment just yet

    That's beside the point, sorry I couldn't resist - you're the #1 Creed fan.

    Can you tell me what the GIT bodywash is like? I mean like in terms of quality and a lot of subtleties that I'd hope distinguish it from something you can get at walmart?
    well the wash is good, it smells just like the fragrance, sadly the longevity and projection suffer. As one said earlier you can mix some of the fragrance with unscented bodywash, same as if you want lotion do the same thing, there are deodorant creams and you could probably do the same thing with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Lots of people dont see the *apparently very high* quality in Creed. (me! me!)
    I agree, words can really deceive you, more so if a bunch of people on basenotes.com rank Creed as the best house ever which produces the best natural fragrances ever, and the *anything* ever can continue endlessly.

    Creed is a well established niche house, they have great fragrances as Bois du Portugal, G.I.T., M.I., etc and they are easily accessible to the masses that's why I think it is so praised, because I must admit when you're used with designer fragrances, smelling a niche will blow your mind into tiny pieces, then it'll reconstruct itself after you've taken your nose out of the Creed smelling area.

    In terms of ingredient's quality (even synthetic ones) they rank very high, that is true (you can feel it) but that is no excuse for the poor longevity, and it really pisses me off that they 'blame' it on the natural ingredients.

    I still want a Millesime Imperial that will last 10 hours, Wall Street and Unforgivable aren't doing it for me.
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    I love it how people who like Creed apparently don't actually like the fragrance, but rather all have just fallen for a con job.

    Creed-haters are like those people who hate any band once they've gotten too popular... just because they are popular. Has nothing to do with the music anymore, just image. They get off on finding the "new" band before anyone else knows about it.

    Has nothing to do with the music (or fragrance), but about using it to boost their egos.

    I wouldn't care, but you Creed-haters tend to absolutely wreck any discussion someone tries to bring up about their product, and it's annoying.

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    I currently have 4 creeds Himalaya, VIW, Erolfa, and MI. I easily get 6-8 hours longevity out of them with the exception of MI which lasts 3 or 4 hrs....

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    The GIT Shaving Soap & After Shave Balm are very, very nice if you enjoy GIT but a little pricey IMO.

    The OV Shower Gel does the original scent justice albeit just a little 'heavy handed' for me. Nice though.

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    My love-hate relationship with Creed.

    Love: SOME of their fragrances. Honestly, maybe two or three.
    Hate: The price-to-performance ratio of some things.

    On the topic of natural materials, etc. I really don't care what they use as long as I like it. I will never forget though, the first time I smelled a couple of their fragrances -- like seeing a black & white film turned to color.

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    I use the GIT deodorant. It is a way to wear a scent to work without it offending anyone. You have to be in a hot car with me to really smell it strongly. It holds up really well as a deodorant too. Creed doesn't offer many scents in the deodorant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    I love it how people who like Creed apparently don't actually like the fragrance, but rather all have just fallen for a con job.

    Creed-haters are like those people who hate any band once they've gotten too popular... just because they are popular. Has nothing to do with the music anymore, just image. They get off on finding the "new" band before anyone else knows about it.

    Has nothing to do with the music (or fragrance), but about using it to boost their egos.

    I wouldn't care, but you Creed-haters tend to absolutely wreck any discussion someone tries to bring up about their product, and it's annoying.
    Who on this thread is an actual "Creed-hater"? Are you so sure WE are "hating" Creed, and not just annoyed at something else?

    I guess you can point your fingers around since you don't happen to be one of those characters in your flawed analogy above.

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/253...t=#post1851858


    Pay some actual attention and look around the Creed threads in recent. Who's been breaking up discussion?

    A lot of us really like our Creeds, but maybe not for the same reason as yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    I love it how people who like Creed apparently don't actually like the fragrance, but rather all have just fallen for a con job.

    Creed-haters are like those people who hate any band once they've gotten too popular... just because they are popular. Has nothing to do with the music anymore, just image. They get off on finding the "new" band before anyone else knows about it.

    Has nothing to do with the music (or fragrance), but about using it to boost their egos.

    I wouldn't care, but you Creed-haters tend to absolutely wreck any discussion someone tries to bring up about their product, and it's annoying.
    We dont hate creed. But stop giving false impression on the quality of Creeds.

    Just because it uses natural ingredients doesn't mean:
    - Other houses dont use natural ingredients (i know heaps that uses much more than Creed)
    - Other houses are of less quality (a lot of niche houses are of higher quality)

    If Creed is good, there will be always a better house.
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    lets say Creed is the more "known niche house to the masses"... and that is why the discussions about this particular niche house are endless.

    On synthetic/natural:
    Creed uses synthetics, cause they have to! You can't make a fragrance without synthetics. They use high quality synthetics and also high quality extracs of natural oils, composed in a way to make a nice frag.

    There are also high end Designer houses, who do the same as Creed, i.e. using high quality extracts of natural oils composed together with good quality synthetics such as Channel, YSL, Dior etc etc.

    the discussion of Creed should not be based on natural/synthetics or niche/designer it should be based on how they compose their fragrances and how they smell to YOU!
    Having said that Creed has composed some of the better fragrances out there and has been around with strong clientel for so long (regardless who their clients are, names or fames should not matter).

    I like using Creeds because I find some of their frags mix well with my skin. Given my dry skin, I say they do a great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    We dont hate creed. But stop giving false impression on the quality of Creeds.

    Just because it uses natural ingredients doesn't mean:
    - Other houses dont use natural ingredients (i know heaps that uses much more than Creed)
    - Other houses are of less quality (a lot of niche houses are of higher quality)

    If Creed is good, there will be always a better house.
    Excuse me, when did I give "a false impression on the quality of Creed"??? You have actually put words in my mouth just so you can turn around and bash Creed some more!

    I've never said they use more natural ingredients than anyone else. I once said that their scents smell NATURAL.... meaning that they make scents that highlight certain aromas found in nature (lavender, mint, coconut, watermelon, rose, etc). I don't care if they make it out of Bisquick. I wear it because it smells good and fits my personality.

    For the foodies out there - It's kind of like the difference between eating at Chez Panisse (Creed) or at some fancy New York fusion-american restaurant (Amouage, say..). Chez Panisse makes simple dishes that let the natural quality of the food speak for itself. As opposed to other fancy restaurants, who create elaborate concoctions of many different flavors. Both taste good, but are different schools of thought. You clearly favor the mad-scientist formula and respect when they make a great creation. I prefer Creed's approach of simplicity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthewfoo View Post
    Who on this thread is an actual "Creed-hater"? Are you so sure WE are "hating" Creed? Or just annoyed at something else?

    Pay some actual attention and look around the Creed threads in recent. Who's been breaking up discussion?

    Since you asked... It's like blood in the water.... Any positive thread about Creed brings the sharks out:

    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.
    ^^^ and this was the first comment to a question about Creed bathroom products!!! haha

    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    And the award for best (non-compensated!) marketing spiel goes to............
    Davidbond, I thought I already told you about the evil truth behind Creed's use of naturals!
    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Lots of people dont see the *apparently very high* quality in Creed. (me! me!)

    What is quality really ? If you say Creed is high quality, then high quality relative to what? People say Creed is mainstream niche, it *might* be better than some new designer fragrances. But, compared to top notch niche houses, sorry, no way mate.

    How do you know Creed uses more "natural quality ingredients" than the other houses?

    Does it sound like a marketing statement ? Yes.

    Is it overpriced ? Yep. Definitely. $240 for 120ml of an eau de cologne ?

    My point is, since you are a basenoter, do not get too obsessed with one, because you might be fooled (you are) by the marketing campaigns, and missing out on the REAL deals.

    and in the only other thread about Creed on the first page of the forum right now...

    Quote Originally Posted by hirch_duckfinder View Post
    Apple? In both? Hmm. Sounds like it smells synthy.
    Pinapple. What is this? A cheap pizza topping? I mean ROYAL PINEAPPLE??
    Has it got royal anything else? I'm not buying it unless EVERY fruit ingredient is royal.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vladdypwnz View Post
    Does that mean that the Creed-only-uses-natural-ingridients mental masturbation will come to an end then? Cause that does not sound one bit natural. Phew.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vladdypwnz View Post
    ... only Creed. Really milking that pseudo-royalty card for what it's worth and then some.

    Again, I don't care if people don't like Creed, I just find it annoying that they purposely go into any thread about Creed and crap all over the company, which ends up destroying the discussion.
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    shhhh. Look like you dont have the ability to understand what we said before.

    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    Again, I don't care if people don't like Creed, I just find it annoying that they purposely go into any thread about Creed and crap all over the company, which ends up destroying the discussion.

    it's very simple: IF YOU DON'T LIKE CREED, STAY OUT OF THREADS ABOUT CREED!!!
    All the quotes you gave, are from people who actually like Creed as a house, including me. Confused now ?
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    double post
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    shhhh. Look like you dont have the ability to understand what we said before.

    All the quotes you gave, are from people who actually like Creed as a house, including me. Confused now ?

    Am I confused as to why you don't address the topic, but rather go off on a tangent about how overrated Creed is? Yes. Yes I am.

    Please explain to me how your initial comment (re-posted below, for your convenience) is in any way helpful or related to the original question about Creed soap/deodorant/etc?

    Quote Originally Posted by ohhmygod View Post
    Creed is one of the worst niche company in history in terms of longevity and sillage and the overhyped sense of quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    I love it how people who like Creed apparently don't actually like the fragrance, but rather all have just fallen for a con job.

    Creed-haters are like those people who hate any band once they've gotten too popular... just because they are popular. Has nothing to do with the music anymore, just image. They get off on finding the "new" band before anyone else knows about it.

    Has nothing to do with the music (or fragrance), but about using it to boost their egos.

    I wouldn't care, but you Creed-haters tend to absolutely wreck any discussion someone tries to bring up about their product, and it's annoying.
    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    Excuse me, when did I give "a false impression on the quality of Creed"??? You have actually put words in my mouth just so you can turn around and bash Creed some more!

    I've never said they use more natural ingredients than anyone else. I once said that their scents smell NATURAL.... meaning that they make scents that highlight certain aromas found in nature (lavender, mint, coconut, watermelon, rose, etc). I don't care if they make it out of Bisquick. I wear it because it smells good and fits my personality.

    For the foodies out there - It's kind of like the difference between eating at Chez Panisse (Creed) or at some fancy New York fusion-american restaurant (Amouage, say..). Chez Panisse makes simple dishes that let the natural quality of the food speak for itself. As opposed to other fancy restaurants, who create elaborate concoctions of many different flavors. Both taste good, but are different schools of thought. You clearly favor the mad-scientist formula and respect when they make a great creation. I prefer Creed's approach of simplicity.
    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    Since you asked... It's like blood in the water.... Any positive thread about Creed brings the sharks out:



    ^^^ and this was the first comment to a question about Creed bathroom products!!! haha






    and in the only other thread about Creed on the first page of the forum right now...








    Again, I don't care if people don't like Creed, I just find it annoying that they purposely go into any thread about Creed and crap all over the company, which ends up destroying the discussion.
    Quote Originally Posted by TalkingMuffin View Post
    Am I confused as to why you don't address the topic, but rather go off on a tangent about how overrated Creed is? Yes. Yes I am.

    Please explain to me how your initial comment (re-posted below, for your convenience) is in any way helpful or related to the original question about Creed soap/deodorant/etc?
    Another thread devolved into personal slights and manipulative non-sequiturs.
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    Although I don't reach for them as often as I should, I love Creed fragrances and will continue to have respect for them. Take it or leave it, love it or hate it, who cares? I have my opinions and everyone else is most welcomed to have theirs. Personally, I don't care what anyone thinks.
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    well i actually just made a sublime vanille lotion today, it works pretty well.

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    oy. I'm having deja vu here.

    I know it's hard not to shudder when you hear noobs posting about what sounds like brainwashed, paid advertisements... but let's stick to the topic boys!

    DavidBond actually had something good going here.... So who else tried the bodywash/deodorant?

    Can anyone comment on whether the deodorants smell exactly like the EdTs?
    Sales thread here

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBond007 View Post
    well i actually just made a sublime vanille lotion today, it works pretty well.
    How'd you manage that? Sounds interesting
    Sales thread here

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    How'd you manage that? Sounds interesting
    well i got some unscented aveeno lotion, put some in a container, not a ton more like a handfull in, put 2 vials of the fragrance in, stirred with a chopstick and it works fine and now i can use it to replace the fragrance. i am going to do this with other frags, i made my own himalaya shower gel but i want to make my royal english leather grooming kit, of lotion, shower gel, aftershave, shaving cream, and deodorant.

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    I have SMW and MI and they both work well on me. I love them and get many compliments. However, the Royal Water, I'm struggling a bit here. On me, I know this sounds weird, maybe it's just on me, there's a waxy/melted candle wax smell which makes it not flattering. Will definitely get more Creed frags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    oy. I'm having deja vu here.

    I know it's hard not to shudder when you hear noobs posting about what sounds like brainwashed, paid advertisements... but let's stick to the topic boys!

    DavidBond actually had something good going here.... So who else tried the bodywash/deodorant?

    Can anyone comment on whether the deodorants smell exactly like the EdTs?
    I've got GIT deodorant stick. It does smell identical to the fragrance but, the harsher top notes tend to stick around a little longer in the deo. There is a lot of projection and for me, I've learned that the deo is not necessary to layer and can get overwhelming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    Can anyone comment on whether the deodorants smell exactly like the EdTs?
    My GIT cologne and deodorant both smell quite identical. If anything the solid that the deodorant is made from has its own faint smell, but the fragrance in the two smells the same to me.

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    Some of their fragrances are great and some of them are alright.. just like pretty much any other house. I really love MI, I am interested in trying SMW again, and am wanting to sample VIW, Original Vetiver, and Bois du Portugal. The other ones I'd tried from them were boring, uninteresting and/or just not my thing.
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    I don't believe we need a Creed war ("The War Of The Roses" existed in history though ( : ).

    Without being a particularly hype-vulnerable sniffer (not more than it is humanly unavoidable), I share many people's informed admiration for this house. More for its masculines than for its feminines, more for its "traditional" scents than for the modern ones.

    There is doubtlessly a refreshingly solid number of other excellent houses out there but if I had to be limited to one house only, it would have to be Creed.

    By far.
    Last edited by Addict; 16th June 2010 at 05:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Addict View Post
    I don't believe we need a Creed war ("The War Of The Roses" existed in history though ( : ).

    Without being a particularly hype-vulnerable sniffer (not more than it is humanly unavoidable), I share many people's informed admiration for this house. More for its masculines than for its feminines, more for its "traditional" scents than for the modern ones.

    There is doubtlessly a refreshingly solid number of other excellent houses out there but if I had to be limited to one house only, it would have to be Creed.

    By far.
    i concur

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    Quote Originally Posted by L'Aventurier View Post
    Can anyone comment on whether the deodorants smell exactly like the EdTs?
    I own Original Santal deodorant. Yes, it closely resembles the EdT, only not quite so in-your-face -- which is the desired effect, IMO. Works better as a light fragrance than it does as actual deodorant.

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    Guys, stay on topic please or we'll need to lock this thread. I'm moving it to the grooming board where it probably should have gone to start.
    I'm a colognosaurus. Rawr!

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    Haven't tried their deos. But I can attest that the GIT bar soap and aftershave balm are first rate, if over the top pricey.

    I'm a shaving aficionado and I rate their as balm as one of the best I've ever tried. But at $70, it's a tough bullet to bite.

    Hard to really say if the soap helps extend the scent. Perhaps a wee bit. The AS balm does extend it and it feels amazing on your face.

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