scourger Posted August 5, 2007 Share Posted August 5, 2007 Perfume & description by: Danna Taylor Prominent Ingredients: VANILLA ~ Inspires happiness, blankets in an aura of safety and well being. ROSE ~ Love, divination/clairvoyance, prophetic dreams. CHAMOMILE ~ Calming & soothing. Love, peace, meditation. MYRRH ~ Soothing. NEROLI ~ Relieves tension & anxiety. BERGAMOT ~ Relaxant, uplifts emotions, protection. MUGET ~ Soothing and calming on the nerves. Sweetness, happiness. AZALEA ~ Brightens one's thoughts and eases one's burdens. BENZOIN ~ Astral projection. A delightfully dreamy sleep and dream potion. Vanilla kissed chamomile and rose with the addition of sweet resins make this a delightful bedtime treat! Wraps you in an aura of happiness and comfort, like a warm posset and a kiss on the head. In the bottle: This is warm and sweet, foody, with the rose hovering in the background, like the promise of imagination. On, wet: All rose disappears, and all I can smell is warm sugar cookie. The throw is so strong, I can smell my own ghost as I move from room to room in the familiar patterns of preparing for bed. When I pause to sniff my wrist, however, the scent is completely different up close. There is something astringent, and cutting which hovers just over my skin, and I am momentarily afraid of what it will cut through if I let myself sleep. As soon as I move my wrist away from my nose, I am surrounded by cookie sweetness once again. As I fell asleep quickly both nights I tried this one, I cannot give a good drydown description. In the morning, all that is left is a breath of amber, and the harmless shell of whatever the cutting scent was. The first night I tried this potion, I got ravished by horney man as soon as I came to bed. Apparently smelling like cookies is a positive thing. I didn't know if the potion could work after having so much of it sweated of. As my dreams were not noticeably clearer and the speed at which I found sleep could be attributed to post orgasmic haze, I decided to give this one a second chance. The second night of testing, the scent on my skin was the same as before, with the numinous halo of warm cookie and the astringent smell up close. I fell asleep rather quickly, which is unusual for me, though the only change in my dreamscape was a noticeable addition of characters, (I am more inclined to dream of locations, and crowds than individuals.) Next I think I'll try this potion off my skin. It occurs to me that it might be lovely for anointing a dream catcher. All in all, I am not that fond of foody scents, so I probably won't be using this one often, despite my need for a sleep aid. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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