There are many times when functional fragrances don’t get enough credit. I have some cosmetics and hair care products that have amazing smells, and a favorite smell of Mr. APB’s is everyday European laundry detergents.
Because functional fragrance doesn’t get a lot of appreciation, it sounds like an insult to say that Puredistance Antonia smells to me like a very expensive version of one of those European laundry detergents. However, I do not mean it as such. It’s a very good smell.
Antonia has more complexity and more of a “perfume” feeling than detergent, of course. But still, it is a fragrance that is easy to reach for when you want to feel cheerful and smell good … and smell clean. It is a green and powdery jasmine fragrance that projects a feeling of practicality and competence.
For another review of Puredistance Antonia, check out Undina’s Looking Glass.
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