Today I wanted to introduce you to the most affordable fragrance range I've been able to test recently. If you're interested to find out more about Scentology and their scents, let's get right into the review!
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Pomelo & Neroli is as bright and uplifting citrus floral fragrance. The opening gives me a burst of pomelo and bergamot and soon after I start to smell the summery notes of neroli, jasmine and orange blossom. Once it dries down, it has a fresh and earthy base with cedarwood and musk being the most prominent notes in this fragrance.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Blackcurrant, Pomelo
Middle Notes: Neroli, Jasmine, Orange Blossom
Base Notes: Cedarwood, Musk
To me, this is a beautiful, fresh, citrusy scent with a musky base. It's how I would want my house to smell at all
times - I wish it came as diffusers and home sprays too! It's a cosy scent everyone will love because it's delicate and super refreshing.
Orchard Fruits & Freesia is a Floral Woody Fruity fragrance. The opening gives me a burst of juicy pear with a hint of apple blossom, and soon after I start to smell the beautiful mix of freesia and jasmine. Once it dries down, it has a woody base of patchouli, woods and amber.
Top Notes: Pear, Apple Blossom
Middle Notes: Freesia, Jasmine
Base Notes: Patchouli, Woods, Amber
This is my new go-to everyday fragrance! Pear is one of my favourite top notes and I love how fruity the mixture of Pear and Apple Blossom is in this scent. It has a nice, woody base but the fruitiness is still prominent and doesn't disappear which is very surprising seeing how affordable this fragrance is.
Scentology's entire range is an Eau de Parfum. Eau de Parfum has the highest concentration of fragrance - generally having a fragrance concentration of between 15% and 20%. On average, eau de Parfum should last from four to five hours, if not more. This differs from Eau de Toilette which has a fragrance concentration of between 5% and 15%. Eau de Toilette is definitely one of the most popular types of fragrance and it is definitely cheaper than eau de Parfum but it will normally only last for two to three hours. I'd say both of these scents last good 5 hours without reapplying.
The packaging of Scentology's fragrances really surprised me - it's very simple but at the same time very gorgeous. At first, I didn't think I'd make much use of the box it comes in but I ended up loving it more than expected because it looks amazing on my fragrance display. I also love the fact each scent has it's own bottle colour which goes along with the scent. To me, it makes the range more exciting to display and easier to differentiate.
Scentology's range has proven that good fragrance doesn't have to be expensive. It's really rare to find high quality 100ml EDP that doesn't cost a fortune and now you can grab it from Boots on offer for only £5.99 (saving 40%)! I'm happy I was able to test this range out and I truly recommend you all to find it in your nearest Boots, especially during their current 40% off offer. All together, there are five scents in this range and although I was gifted these two, I would really love to add the remaining three to my collection.
What are your thoughts on Scentology's fragrances? Have you tried their range out yet? Which out of these two would you go for? Let me know down in the comments and stay tuned for my next review xo
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Love, Olivia xo