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Lush Flower Market Fragrance

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Brand: Lush / Type: Fragrance / Concentration: Eau de Parfum

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      06.07.2008 15:32
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      Ylang Yland , Carnation and Violet fragrence.

      Those of you who have read my other reviews will know that I am a bit of a Lush-o-holic , the latest Lush product I have tried is The Flower Market Fragrence - Anyone noticed the product is showing as Flower Marker ? Will ask Dooyoo to correct this as its Flower MARKET.

      Flower Market comes in a 40g quantity - not sure if this equates to in ml ? Its quite a small bottle though. The cost is £35 so its pretty expensive stuff ! Flower Market is in the Retro range.

      The fragrence is a combination of Ylang Ylang , Violets and Carnations and according to the Lush website is inspired by Audrey Hepburn - its a complicated story !

      Flower Market comes in a little glass bottle, the contents is an amber colour, it has a gold coloured metal lid and a green label.

      Without wishing to be offensive to those who like this fragrence, it is rather old fashioned and the kind you would expect to smell on a nice old lady. It does rather remind me of one of my grandmothers friends who used to visit her daily for a cup of tea.

      This is a soapy flowery smell, its also a tad musty smelling - Im not a huge fan but it is not unpleasent, just not to my taste.

      This is also a pretty strong fragrence which needs to be applied very lightly, its also pretty difficult to remove once applied.

      The ingridients as advertised on the Lush website are -

      Fresh
      DRF Alcohol
      Perfume
      Ylang Ylang Oil (Cananga odorata)
      Galbanum oil (Ferula galbaniflua)
      Violet Leaf Absolute (Viola odorata)
      Elemi Oil (Canarium luzonicum)
      Carnation Absolute (Dianthus caryophyllus)
      Benzyl Alcohol
      Benzyl Salicylate
      Benzyl Benzoate
      Citral
      Eugenol
      Farnesol
      Geraniol Isoeugenol
      Limonene
      Linalool

      There is not much more to say about this fragrence, its just floery as its name suggests. The bottle of this which I have is 10ml and is a sample those good people at Lush gave me, I would not buy this as its not to my taste and its so expensive, but I can see how this classic smelling fragrence would appeal to many.

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