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The Salty Mermaid


Beccah
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MAGICKAL MEANINGS OF INGREDIENTS:

SALTY WATER ACCORD ~ Cleansing, purifying. Fertility, Goddess energy, fluid of life. Renewal.

SEA GRASS ~ Protection, prosperity, psychic powers, sea spells.

MAILE VINE/LEAF ~ Eternal love, respect, honor, spiritual connection.

GARDENIA ~ Mood elevator; powerfully ‘magnetic’ for women, enhances visage, love, passion, peace, healing, spirituality.

APRICOT ~ Love, love, love! Romance, passion, femininity.

MELONS ~ Water magic, fertility

LILY ~ Purity, modesty. Wards away evil, protects, and breaks enchantments. Prosperity, happiness, wealth, excitement.

CAMELLIA ~ Wealth, riches, prosperity.

SUGAR ~ Attracts love, luck, sweetness and riches. Lust inducing, wishes granted.

CUCUMBER ~ Healing, fertility, abundance, invigorating.

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This is an interesting take on the mer-floral concept to me.  It's very fresh, and I like the blend of the salty-fruity-floweryness of it all.  It doesn't have quite a marine quality to it even as it is watery.  But it's definitely a summer scent, I would say, because it just has that vibe to it.  It's light enough to reach for when it's hot, but that floral aspect on the bottom will make it stick when things get sticky, lol.

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This was the perfect scent for me today! Back at my BIL’s in Idyllwild, I spent the day playing with four small man made ponds connected by waterfalls, filled with mosquito eating fish, water sprites, tadpoles and tiny frogs, plus water hyacinth and all kinds of blooming reedy water plants. My main activity was hopping around the pools and artistically wrapping  moss around any exposed hoses. There was lots of barefoot scampering, climbing, and balancing, and hovering over tons of busy bees hanging on the hyacinth. Also spotted, empty cicada shells in the reeds. It’s warm, humid, and I’m most likely salty myself! 
I’d wear this anywhere humid or tropical, doesn’t feel like a perfume, more hot summer skin scent, not overly floral on me.

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