53% would repurchase
on 5/6/2018 11:54:00 AM
More reviews by njr86
Perfect for warm weather. I agree with other reviewers, it does kinda smell like a creamsicle.. but not in a childish way, it’s soft & sexy. Not overpowering at all. I’ll be wearing this scent a lot this spring/summer. I like the sturdy glass bottle but wouldn’t mind a metal canister for my purse or beach bag.
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on 7/5/2017 11:38:00 AM
More reviews by AnythingVanilla
Delicious! Absolutely love this scent
on 5/30/2016 7:28:00 PM
More reviews by hesperia
I love this scent. It's very creamy and beachy. I simply adore tiare flower so any scent that has that in it is a winner for me. I gave it only 4 start because the staying power is very short lived. For they price they ask that is very unsatisfactory.
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on 11/7/2015 7:08:00 PM
More reviews by afartherroom
I find this to be an extremely artificial and unconvincing beach scent. Its Calone-kelpy-iodiney salt water accord is very similar to ones I've smelled in many other marine fragrances which aim for realistic ocean notes, but for some reason, this one is far less effective on me than others in the same family have been. While at first I can indeed smell what I suspect was the intended olfactory gestalt ("Oh, hey! It's briney sea water!"), after a second or two that marine accord falls apart on me completely, fragmenting into a constellation of unrelated and not always pleasant scents: celery, hot vinyl car seats, black licorice, modeling clay, the fumes from melting plastic wrap...-The overall effect is rather sickening, and while I'm not ordinarily bothered by synthetic marine accords (the much-maligned Calone, for example, causes me no trouble at all), something about this one in particular leaves me feeling nauseated and headachey. -Similar fragrances that I've found far more successful at pulling off a realistic salt water effect include CB I Hate Perfume's Mr. Hulot's Holilday and Eternal Return, and Laura Tonatto's Oltre. If money were no object, I would recommend any of them over Aqua Motu. There is, however, no getting around the fact that money IS an object -- and quite an important object, at that! -- for all but a very fortunate few of us, and the three more successful fragrances I just mentioned are all rather more expensive than Aqua Motu is. So I guess there you have it. You pays your money and you takes your choice.
on 7/31/2015 10:25:00 AM
More reviews by spaflam
Super-sweet Milk/Sugar scent theat is a bit warm - and super expensive.D/C'ed years ago and replaced with Matin Cailin which is nearly identical - and may also now be gone. CSP line is becoming more and more vanilla based and harder to find.
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