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Winter Fragrances: Liz Earle No 15

This one's a special one. I absolutely adored the first fragrance Liz Earle came up with. It was so alive and fresh, albeit citrusy which is not one of my favourite scents, it was still so different and likable. I reserve that one for the Summer however. 

This one's completely different and on the other end of the spectrum. All things sweet, sexy, feminine, musky and woody can be associated with it. It's apparently meant to mimic the scent of the skin, when you naturally smell nice. I wouldn't say it's exactly like skin but it's quite sexy. Having said that, it's not overpowering or heady that one would reserve it for the evenings. It's an elegant and grown up fragrance for those who like notes like Vanilla, Sandalwood, Rose, Patchouli, Cedarwood and so on. 

The packaging is simply stunning. I like how Liz has kept it classy and white. The texture of the bottle is so smooth and velvety, it's hard to put a finger on what material it is. It comes housed in a sturdy cardboard box which tells the reader a little bit about the fragrance, what its meant to represent and the number of ingredients and notes that it's made up of. 

If you are someone who likes to strike a balance between elegant and sexy, feminine and girly, sweet and musky, then this is it. It's one of those scents that's universally likeable and something no one will dislike.

Besides that, it's also eco friendly as 90% of its ingredients are derived naturally. Its earthy, warm and comforting aura makes it a perfect candidate for the coming Winter months or even as a treat for someone during the holiday season!

It is slightly pricey at £45 for 50ml but honestly worth every penny spent.




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