Friday, December 30, 2011

Scentsy Solid Perfume

I do love my Scentsy for the home but recently they came out with Solid Perfumes.  They come in a handful of scents at this time.  A friend who is a Scentsy Consultant sent me one of these to try out and review in my blog.  I had my choice of the scents and asked to try My Wish.  My Wish is a mix of earthy fig, sweet violet and marshmallow.  I find that it smells different than the home fragrance of the same name.  A bit warmer and sweeter but that could also be how it turns out mixed with my skin and body chemistry.  It applies really smooth and creamy but doesn't leave any residue on your skin or clothes.

Unlike their home scents, the solid perfumes are designed to be worn on your skin and are cosmetic grade.  Not only that, but they are lacking a lot of the nasty chemicals usually found in perfumes.  They are not 100% natural but are a great low-chemical alternative.  I have been able to wear this with no problems and I tend to have a lot of issues with perfumes and fragrances. My boyfriend hasn't complained either which is always a good sign.

You can only get these from Scentsy. They retail for $18 each.  I am hosting an ONLINE Happy New Year Scentsy Party.  You can order online from the comfort of your own home and it will all be shipped to your door.  I find that their shipping is quite fast and they pack everything really well.  My party is running from January 1, 2012 - Jan 15, 2012.  On January 1, Scentsy has their fabulous Bring Back my Bar scents available so that is when my party starts.  You can access my party and place an order here:  Heather's Scentsy Party Link

Info from Scentsy:
Scentsy Solid Perfume is applied to the pulse points on your wrists and not only deliver long-lasting, portable perfume, but are designed to be nourishing and moisturizing to your skin.  Here are a few specifics:
1.       Paraben-free
2.       Sulphate-free
3.       Phthalate-free
4.       Benzene-free
5.       Silicone-free
6.       GMO-free
7.       Propylene glycol-free
8.       Dye-free (no added colorants)
9.       Never tested on animals

Here are some pics:
The last 2 ingredients cut off from the list were Castor Seed Oil and Titanium Dioxide. While not a 100% natural option, this does have a lot less chemicals than many perfumes on the market.
Just remove the little plastic cap and apply to your pulse points!

And a fun video from Scentsy:

I am not affiliated with this company. I was given this item for review purposes and my opinion is 100% honest and not swayed by how I got the item. 

***Please do not use the content or images from this blog without crediting the source and linking back to this blog. Doing so without permission and crediting the source is copyright infringement.Thank you.*** Pin It StumbleUpon


  1. I highly doubt they are phthalate-free since they use synthetic fragrance. Also, they use candelilla wax which uses some pretty nasty chemicals to extract it. Also, their very first ingredient, which means the ingredient there is most of is a known neurotoxin! It's also linked to birth & developmental effects, so not something a pregnant woman or nursing woman should be using. It would be nice to see all the ingredients since the picture doesn't show them all and they are not listed on the Scentsy website.

  2. The last 2 ingredients cut off from the list were Castor Seed Oil and Titanium Dioxide.

    As noted in the blog post, I acknowledge that this perfume is NOT natural and merely contains less chemicals than majority of perfumes out there on the market. All Scentsy scents, both for home or body are pthalate free.


I look forward to reading your comment! Sorry I had to set up moderation because I was getting a lot of spam.

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.