Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Bodycology Review

If you are a regular here at GGG then you know that I am a smell person. I love things that smell good! I tend to smell everything, even if it's not supposed to smell. I am weird like that. If you are looking for some alluring scents to add to  your beauty regime but don't want to spend a lot of money then Bodycology is the way to go. Bodycology has Fragrance Mists, Body Wash and Moisturizer in a variety of scent collections. Whether you are looking for something sweet, something floral or something earthy.

I really enjoy their Fragrance Mists. I am currently using Sweet Seduction. I spray them all over my body when I get out of the shower. They are very nice to use when you want something subtle and not overwhelmingly perfume-y. Their Body Creams are also very rich and moisturizing and the scent lingers on your skin a really long time. Just the other day I had someone ask me what I was wearing and tell me I smelled good. I had on Bodycology's Sweet Seduction Body Cream, a succulent blend of fresh petals and apple with both floral and fruity undertones ,top notes of Juicy Orange, Crisp Apple, Melon Water, and Red Plum open this intriguing scent, leading with mid notes of Red Currant, Muguet Petals, Rose, and Sweet Freesia, ending with dry notes of Creamy Sandalwood, and Sheer Musk.

I was also sent a Fragrance Mist and Body Cream from the Instant Attraction Collection.

Hints of dark orchid and sparkling pear. Starting off with top notes of Fresh Ozone, Watery Pear, and Pink Peppercorn leading into the heart notes of Romantic Rose, and Sensual Ylang, and ending with the overall base notes of White Amber, Blonde Woods, and Addictive Musk.

Bodycology is constantly coming out with new fragrances to replace old ones. Check out what is currently available. I need to get Toasted Sugar and Pretty in Paris! You can purchase Bodycology products at your local Walmart store. Print a $1.00 off coupon here for next purchase.


The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or PR company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

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