Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Delight Your Senses With Delicate Floral Beauty--Meet Temple Tree Jasmine Cologne NEW From Thymes! (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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Thymes Temple Tree Jasmine Cologne


Summer is a great time to stop wearing heavier fragrances in favor of lighter ones.  Those winter scents with lots of spice and musk can be overpowering and intensified by body heat and humidity in hot weather. Therefore, it is the perfect time to shop for a lighter fragrance that will compliment that change in your body chemistry to keep you making a memorable impression.  

A gorgeous choice is the new Temple Tree Jasmine Cologne that recently made an appearance this Spring 2013 from Thymes, the creative Minneapolis collective that I was sent for this review for the way it can light up your mood with its  tropical floral beauty.

Initially, the scent is a rush of floral sweetness from heady Temple Tree blossoms and jasmine sambac stealing all the glory.  You drift among those intoxicating flowers until you detect the honeysuckle and ylang-ylang softening the mix to better ground you. 

Soon elegant notes of damask rose combined with a splash of coconut milk ooze femininity for a delicious creamy softness to the floral.  So ladylike and delicate, the fragrance floats with airy tropical beauty that is romantic and hard to resist.

Those that love a  jasmine floral would especially find the Temple Tree Jasmine collection quite appealing.  Nonetheless,  I think anyone that prefers a gentle floral fragrance that has a lovely sweetness to its composition would also adore this graceful scent.

I do suggest checking out this fabulous new Thymes Temple Tree Jasmine collection because it is a wonderful addition to summer.  Products start at $13 for the soap and range up to $33 for the 1.7 oz. cologne. 

*Disclaimer:  A free product was provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

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