ScentBird Review

Happy Tuesday Loves!

**A/N: Pictures will be added later! I haven’t had time to edit them yet, but they’ll be up soon!**

Scentbird is an innovative company which has optimized the use of perfume and cologne throughout the day. If you have ever bought a fragrance bottle, or even a bottle of body spray, you are aware of how fragile, and bulky the packaging is for some of them — making it difficult to carry it with you on a daily basis. To address this problem, Scentbird has made a traveling case (similar to that of a retractable kabuki brush) which allows you to easily stash your favorite perfume or cologne in your purse, backpack, car, gym bag, etc. 


I had an amazing opportunity to work with Scentbird, and try out their product. Similar to Ipsy, Birchbox, and Graze, Scentbird is a carrying company which allows you to have access to a monthly supply of perfume or cologne.

For just $14.95 a month, Scentbird will send you a month’s worth of your choice of a high end perfume. The catch? You don’t have to stay loyal to one brand, or one fragrant for more than a month. This is a wonderful way to allow you to expose yourself to different brands and fragrances without breaking the bank, and I actually prefer Scentbird over buying a traditional bottle of perfume — just because of how convenient it is.

A bottle of body spray from Bath and Body Works is roughly around $12-25, where as Scentbird provides you with name brand fragrances, such as Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, Coach/Poppy, and more for just $14.95.

During my trial of this product, I chose Dolce & Gabbana’s Dolce Floral Drops. To say that this perfume smells good is a complete understatement. On average this specific perfume costs roughly $100!

$14.95 vs. $100+ for designer perfume: it’s up to you to decide.

I will definitely be keeping tabs on Scentbird because I strongly believe that with their creativity and practicality, we will be seeing a lot from them in the near future.

Until Next Time xoxo,

Joslyn

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