luna65 Posted July 7, 2011 Share Posted July 7, 2011 Ambrosial Summer We've all been there...our first summer crush. Maybe you saw that special someone roasting marshmallows at a nearby campsite during a family camping trip and your breath caught in your chest. Perhaps it was at a picnic, and you felt a spark as your hands touched as you both reached for the bowl of nectarines on the table. He smiled...you blushed. Or the beach, where time stood still as you watched him play volleyball while you spread coconut oil or cocoa butter on your skin. It was a simpler time, when there was still such a thing as "happily ever after" and the naive innocence of youth made us believe that all things were possible. There are few sense memories stronger than those associated with a first crush or a summer fling. This ambrosial combination of White Nectarine, Papaya, a drop of Cherry and Mandarin Orange slices over a creamy base of Marshmallow, Cocoa Butter and Coconut Cream will turn back the clock for you and the object of your desire. You'll be able to explore one another all over again...for the first time. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Magickal Meanings of Ingredients: WHITE NECTARINE ~ Love. Promotes fertility, happiness, and abundance. A symbol of marriage. Longevity, wishes granted. MARSHMALLOW ROOT ~ Fertility, happiness, creativity, increase in psychic awareness, intuition, love, protection, exorcism. Gently commanding and persuading. COCONUT CREAM ~ Protection, purification, receptivity. COCOA BUTTER ~ Lightens emotions, evokes feelings of love. PAPAYA ~ Love, protection. Health of body and mind, clarity. Magnification of devotion. CHERRY ~ Stimulates and attracts love, attracts mate. Cheerfulness, good humor, mood elevator, divination. MANDARIN ORANGE ~ Strong 'magnet' to attract men; eternal love, marriage, fruitfulness, thoughtfulness, happiness, tribute. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Ambrosia salad is, of course, made several different ways but this way, in fragrance, is totally OMGYUM! The creamy aspect of it is actually a lot stronger on me than the fruit. In the drydown the fruit comes out more, but very soft. It's more of a sugary aura behind the creamy notes to me. My skin tends to eat certain fruit notes as it is, so it doesn't surprise me that it's subtle in that regard. But I love the fluffiness of this one, and it's a creamy impression which doesn't go sour on me (yet another issue). Anyone who likes the soft sweet kind of scents would enjoy this, I think, and I would definitely love to get it in b&b (plus I think a certain Limey will drool when he gets a whiff). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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