Found It: Perfume That Smells Like A Stable
Seriously, folks, this could be either the best or worst thing ever.
The Library of Fragrance is known for bottling unusual scents. Some of their bestsellers are “Paperback,” which leaves you smelling like a fresh cracked book, “Chocolate Chip Cookie,” and “Salt Air.” But they’ve recently made a name for themselves catering to equestrians. Here’s a list of their most popular Eau de Equine.
I have to admit, I’m strangely intrigued. The company also encourages experimentation with their products, urging customers to layer their scents. Fresh Hay + Leather Saddle = Amanda’s Happy Place.
This is what the website has to say about the company’s unique product development:
“We work with many very clever perfumers, who are trained to be able to recognise the combination of scent molecules in odours – whether that’s an odour given off from a flower growing in the garden, a tub of Play-Doh, or a fragrant experience, like a thunderstorm. Sometimes we use ‘headspace’ technology, which enables us to analyse the scent molecules that surround particular objects or experiences, so we can try to recreate that precise experience in the laboratory. It can take anything from a month, to several years, to recreate a ‘smell’ into a wearable fragrance form, and our perfumers will keep tweaking a formula until it directly replicates the scent of the object or experience from life that they set out to mirror.”
The American company offers a 100% no questions asked refund policy and is also 100% against animal testing.
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