Raq On Posted June 12, 2012 Share Posted June 12, 2012 Coconut Breeze A visit to a very special island: one where the breeze is always sweet and inviting, the sky and the water are crystalline blue, and the sun warms the skin and fires the imagination…enjoy a moment of tropical escape with a light but luscious combination of coconut water, coconut cream and Thai coconut melded with rich cocoa butter and delicate perfumey vanilla with a sheer base of vanilla musk. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Magickal Meanings of Ingredients: COCOA BUTTER ~ Lightens emotions, evokes feelings of love.COCONUT ~ Protection, purification, receptivity.VANILLA ~ Aphrodisiac, inspires happiness, playfulness, sexual arousal, lust, vitalizing.MUSK ~ Self confidence and strength, sexual attractant, heightens passions and arousal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Oooh, I've never had the chance to start a review thread before. How apt that it's for a coconut fragrance. My first whiff was : This smells like sunshine in a bottle to me. I first dotted it on my wrists and inner forearms. I smelled the dominant notes of coconut and a lot of musk. I couldn’t detect any vanilla (which is fine b/c sometimes it turns plastic on me) I wanted to slather this but exercised restraint :-)In the first half hour or hour I amped the musk something terrible. I had hoped that since it was the last ingredient that it would remain politely in the background but it was pretty up front on me.After two hours: This dried down to a mellow, nutty, WARM sweetness. It reminds me of childhood when everyone wore Coppertone or Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion (we didn’t call it sunscreen back then and the object was to get a tan, so the lotions smelled fantastic)This isn’t foody or sweet on me. It smells more sophisticated and like summer on my skin. I will continue to test through the week and report.I thought too, that if I continue to amp the musk, that I’d layer it with LP Sunfire. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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