Unlisted Brand • Alora Ambiance in Tre • Other
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown, Medium Eyes: Hazel
You might like this product if you are mad about the smell of kerosene! What rubbish! Oh, I just had to try this $70.00 bottle of ooh-la-la room diffuser. Well ladies this is merely greasy, oily kerosene with the smell of dirt thrown in. You may ask; how does she know how kerosene smells? Some friends and I worked in Cooke City, MT, and lived in cute log cabins. We used lamps which had strawberry scented kerosene. Now, they smelled okay when burning. These shysters,(I mean women) selling this overpriced junk make no suggestion of lighting the little sticks; mores the pity. Last time I checked you could get a gallon of kerosene for about $2.50. Try experimenting with making your own scents. Just think of the profits you'll make!
Age: Unknown Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
PROS: interesting product that can be used as home fragrance or even cologne; CONS: expensive at $45 per set; COMMENTS: I purchased the ALORA TO GO set (suede bag containing sticks, 2 oz glass bottle containing fragrance, spray attachment, wooden cap, wooden cap with hole for sticks). Fragrance is a YMMV. To me, this is earthy, spicy and sweet; it contains vanilla, amber, and mandarin. This is my favorite out of the three. I have mixed feelings about repurchasing; the "to go" set is overpriced, and while I liked the fragrance, I am not sure I like it enough to purchase the larger size.