This smells justtt like Neutrogena aftershower body oil. Although I love this smell, why would I want to waste money instead of just going to the drugstore and picking up the body oil for like $10. When I buy perfume, I like for it to be unique and not smell like anything else that everyone knows.
I love this and I do not have a problem with staying power. It is not heavy so you may think its gone, but its still there. This is quickly becoming a favorite. I can see how another reviewer compared it to Philosophy scents but this is a bit more sophisticated. I hope Ms. Aniston decides to do this scent in a lotion and/or body wash, I think I would worship it. If you are sick of too fruity florals, give this one a try. It's timeless.
I smell a lot of pikake in this scent. I really like it -- smells a little bit like Bobbie Brown Beach. Very summery and sweet, with a hint of that indescribable "at the beach" smell undertone.
Problem is it lasts about 20 minutes, tops. No kidding.
At $40 for an ounce, it was fun to try, but I don't think this will be my go-to fragrance.
I really don't know how to rate this - it is the most frustrating fragrance I've ever tried to wear. I love the scent, but within 15 minutes, I can no longer smell it. I could be happy wearing this every day because it is a lovely jasmine with no weird, headachy undertones. And it is so rare that I find something that doesn't give me headache or make me feel slightly nauseated! However, it is absolutely the most fleeting scent ever invented, or I am completely anosmic to everything but the topnotes. So disappointing.
Got a smaple of this&it is horrible.Big disappointment, just like her films.Sorry but I've been to many beaches&this does not smell ANYTHING like the beach.Awful,old,moth ball smell.
Is it just me, or does this smell crazy similar to the Neutrogena sesame body oil? Drydown is nice and has a vanilla/sandlewood/musk smell that the body oil doesnt, but sillage is poor. Nice perfume, but would rather save money and buy the Neutrogena.
I give this a 3 just because there is nothing offensive about it but I don't know if it is for me. Yes it is (especially upon first spritz) very jasminey. The jasmine is hard to explain, it is a pretty sweet (not super sweet) cross between head-shop jasmine oil and fresh, white jasmine flowers. This kind of jasmine is not my fave so I waited for that to wear off. Luckily it did fairly quickly - the drydown which lasts a while - is a soft, cozy, clean, beachy (as in suntan lotion) lightly floral scent. I am not suprised that Jennifer Aniston is a CLEAN line perfume fan. The drydown reminds me of the drydown of some clean perfumes - soft and clean! (however the initial couple of hours of the CLEAN fragrances are horrid to me!) luckily Jennifer Aniston does not have that in common (with Clean) just the drydown! :)
To me this smells like the old White Shoulders or Sand and Sable, and it does not last long at all. I sprayed it on when I walked into Ulta, by the time I left their was no trace of the scent at all.
I received this sample from a Sephora order, and while it is not a bad scent, I am unable to wear it as it smells EXACTLY like a perfume I wore in 7th grade called Design-EXACTLY. For that reason alone, I could not wear it. The smell is not bad, just not me. It also did not last long at all and was gone about an hour after applying.
I simply love this fragrance. It is the only scent that does not make me sick after a while. I can wear it 24/7 and I am not fed up with it. It is very clean, that is the right word for me to describe it. I am at my second big bottle and I bought it for my grandmother who loved the clean smell. I am 27 by the way. Many people have been asking what frangrance am I wearing, some were literally sniffing my neck. The bottle is simple and very elegant. This frangrance definitely stands out from the "celebrity perfumes" crowd that often smell and look very cheap. Well done, Ms. Aniston!