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Smell is an amazing sense. Good smells make you happier and smelling a fragrance you perceive as pleasant has a profoundly positive effect on your mood. There is nothing better than finding a perfume that really resonates with your true essence. I wore the same perfume for thirty-two years. Ouch. It was so a part of me that people thought that it was my natural scent. Then one day I felt the need to break out. It was daunting finding something that expressed my new-more-adult-self—until I found Jo Malone Nectarine Blossom and Honey Cologne. Jo Malone offers an exquisite selection of scents that makes you feel like you were magically transformed into a flower garden. The scents can be worn solo or layered for truly individual effects. Create your own personal style of smell. Delight in a bath with their White Mint bath oil or pamper your skin with their Lime Basil and Mandarin body cream.

You will feel so delicious about your self. If you sense (no pun intended), people trying to nudge their way next to you on a crowded morning E train, you can either thank or curse Jo Malone. Your choice.

Jo Malone stores can be found throughout the US.

www.jomalone.com

 

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I love that fragrance! Especially for summer. I wear their orange blossom, which is also divine. Of course I'm curious to know what you were wearing for the 32 years before this...

April 12, 2012 | Unregistered Commentergluttonforlife

Laura great to hear from you. When I was 18 I lived on a kibbutz and my roommate gave me Rain oil from the body shop. I literally wore it for 32 years. It still smells yummy but I felt like it was time for a change.

April 12, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterrebecca

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