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Breezes & Sunshine Fragrance
breezes and sunshine

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Breezes & Sunshine

An aromatic blend of citrus, fresh marine notes and summer flowers. Sure to make you feel a sense of happiness and freedom. Begins with top notes of blood orange blossoms and sea waves; followed by rose, and sitting on base notes of sea lily flowers and woody notes.

Top Notes: blood orange, sea waves
Mid Notes: rose, pineapple, peach, cyclamen, jasmine
Base Notes: sea lily flowers, woods, cut grass

Fragrance Category: Clean & Fresh

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
In your face detergent. January 5, 2017
Reviewer: Laura S. from FL  
This is most certainly a clean laundry type of scent. Not the type that’s just out of the dryer, as in warm and clean. Breezes & Sunshine is like smelling laundry detergent straight from the bottle. It’s quite fresh, a bit sweet and not pungent. I’d like it for a room spray or for my tart warmer.

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My new favorite! March 13, 2015
Reviewer: Elaine from AL United States  
smells just like you would imagine fresh laundry would smell drying in the breezes and sunshine.

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