Ever fall in love with a perfume, buy a huge bottle and after a few weeks the novelty wears off and you can’t stand the scent anymore? It then ends up in your perfume graveyard with the others, sitting there collecting dusk until you decide to give it some play again…which may be years…or maybe never. This has happened to me way too many times. In comes Scentbird.
Scentbird is a perfume subscription service that allows you the luxury of switching your scent every month without breaking the bank. There are 350 + designer scents to choose from and every month you swap out the old scent and swap in the new. The folks over at Scentbird allowed me to take the service for a spin with a complimentary perfume for review. I chose Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb as it’s been on my wishlist for a long while.
You receive a deluxe sample of perfume and it’s definitely enough to last an entire month or more. It comes in a sleek purse spray that’s easy to throw in your bag and go. To use you simply twist it to spray and twist it back to close, just like a lipstick. To swap out the vial for a new fragrance you twist it up, pull it out and drop in the new scent.
Now about Flowerbomb. OMG it truly is da bomb! With floral notes of Sambac Jasmine, Centifolia Rose, Cattleya Orchid, Ballerina Freesia, and Patchouli, it’s soft and sweet yet it has a hint of spice. A little goes a long way… I spray my wrist, touch them together and then touch both behind my ears and on my collarbone and it stays put all day long. I can wear this every single day. Loves it.
Scentbird is a great concept for the perfume junkies that love to try new fragrances without having to purchase a full size bottle (which can be very expensive.) Just $14.95 a month gets you a 30 day supply of perfume and you can choose a new fragrance or re-up on your current scent.
Want to try out Scentbird? Sign up here and use code SCENT25 to receive 25% off your first perfume.
Wow what a cool service! I have my signature scents, but yes sometimes you get bored of one. I’ll definitely be trying this out! Thanks for sharing 🙂
You’re very welcome! 🙂