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true nature botanicals noble floral solid perfume

While it’s very clear that I love jasmine (as evidenced by “12 Days of Jasmine” with this post being the fifth in my series!), I’ve also got a thing for tuberose and rose.

That’s why True Nature Botanicals’ new Noble Floral Solid Perfume (Editor’s Note: This seems to be discontinued) is an instant winner in my nose’s book, as it combines all three of these sexy, feminine scents into one chic solid perfume that’s easy to slip into your bag for regular touchups.

true nature botanicals noble floral solid perfume

{True Nature Botanicals sent me a sample of its Noble Floral Solid Perfume. It costs $95 for a .09-ounce heavyweight tin.}

As mentioned in this post, solid perfumes don’t tend to last very long on my skin and body chemistry.

But, when layered with a great jasmine body wash and jasmine body lotion, True Botanicals Noble Floral Solid Perfume is a nice bit of icing that I can reapply throughout the day to keep my scent game strong.

It’s not quite practical for me to carry around my spray perfume and spritz throughout the day (though it’s perfectly fine to mist my face with toner at work throughout the day!). A solid perfume does the trick with being discreet and not overly smelly so as not to bother my coworkers’ noses.

true nature botanicals noble floral solid perfume

Here’s the full ingredients list:

Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, Noble Floral BlendTM [citrus aurantium bergamia (bergamot) fruit oil, citrus limon (lemon) fruit extract, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, cananga odorata flower oil, juniperus mexicana oil, polianthes tuberosa extract, zingiber officinale (ginger) root oil, fusanus spicatus wood oil, jasminum sambac (jasmine) flower wax, vanilla planifolia flower extract, citrus reticulata (tangerine) leaf oil, rosa centifolia flower extract, viola odorata flower/leaf extract], polyglycerol-3 beeswax (cera bellina), hydrogenated jojoba oil (jojoba esters), cera alba (beeswax), butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, copernicia prunifera (carnauba) wax, dimethicone*, magnesium stearate

For a description of the scent, True Botanicals Noble Floral is very much so “what you see is what you get.”

While jasmine, tuberose and rose are the high notes, you can get a tiny whiff of orange, lemon and ginger to help cut through the florals and a touch of vanilla to soften the scent.

This by no means takes away from true nature of the scent — a noble floral — but instead gives it more depth and complexity to make it smell different from other floral favorites.

At $95 for a .09-ounce tin, True Botanicals Noble Floral Solid Perfume is a splurge. However, the tin is refillable at $75 a pop, making it a little more accessible. You can go as light or as heavy in your application (you can see in the pic above that I’ve already “hit pan,” but I tend to like a thicker layer), stretching out the lifetime of your tin based on your personal use.

If you’re just now getting into perfumes, these solid ones from True Botanicals are worth a shot — especially because you can request a free sample with an order you place to see what scent appeals to you most.

They are not as bold as many spray perfumes, offering instead a lovely, soft scent that have people noticing how good you smell without it being obvious that you are wearing fragrance.

And that’s the best thing about perfume, right? You want people to compliment you on how good you naturally smell, not how good your overly powerful perfume smells!

Do you use solid perfumes? Which lasts longer on you, solid or spray? What jasmine-infused perfumes are you loving lately? Tell me in the comments section!


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