Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Soap & Paper Factory's Tuberose Eau de Parfum Spray Review


**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**

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Soap & Paper Factory's Tuberose Eau de Parfum Spray


In an earlier post, I acquainted you with the scented wonders that come from  the Soap & Paper Factory.  This New York company is the environmentally conscious manufacturer  of charming handcrafted candles, delightful home fragrances, glorious fragrant soaps, exquisite hand creams solely to pamper skin along with the senses, as well as a line of intriguing perfumes to suit your every whim.  

They had made solid perfumes exclusively until recently expanding into a line of eau de parfum sprays.  I first introduced you to their Marine Eau de Parfum Spray and now I am pleased to share my feelings in regard to their Tuberose Eau de Parfum Spray sent to me for this review.

Those that would gravitate toward this fragrance would be instantly drawn to its heady floral scent seeping in exotic mystery.  With hints of a gardenia type of aroma but with an earthiness to the mix as well, this perfume is rooted with sensuality and strength along with  notes of jasmine that gracefully add balance to keep it feminine and beautiful.  

This is not a shy, light floral if that is what you are aiming for.  On the contrary, Soap & Paper Factory's Tuberose Eau de Parfum Spray  is definitely confidence floral style just with a bit of wild edge to keep it interesting.  This one could help you embrace your inner seductress as it did for me.

A 1.75 ounce bottle of the Tuberose Eau de Parfum Spray sells for $32.  All their scented products are hand blended and made in the United States without the use of petroleum, parabens, or phthalates.  Do check their website and this perfume out for yourself.

*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest opinion.  A free product was provided to facilitate this review.*

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