Pacifica Persian rose perfume

Evening everyone,

I absolutely love rose, I love eating rose, I love washing with rose, I love drinking rose, I love the smell of roses. I am a little obsessed with it. So when I was gifted a 29ml spray bottle of Pacifica’s Persian rose perfume I was extremely happy. This would also be my first foray into the world of Pacifica, a brand which many seem to really really like.

The perfume contains natural corn alcohol and is made from natural and essential oils, there are no parabens or artificial colours. Pacifica’s products are 100% vegan and cruelty free. A win all round.

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The description of this scent from Pacifica’s website states: Our blend of Bulgarian rose, subtle violet, myrrh and delicate fruit is a nod to the floral empire of the Persians, the kings of perfume in the 9th century. Spiritual, elegant and classic.

Indeed it is, the mix of floral scents and what also smells to me to be a bit of spice and citrus is very grown up (coming from someone who has been mainly using body sprays for six months). I am in love with the scent and I have to stop myself applying it every day because I don’t want to waste it. I get complimented on the scent because it is powerful enough for others to actually smell (again, the body sprays definitely are not). It also lasts a really long time, an obvious advantage, so you only need a couple of sprays to smell absolutely amazing all day long.

This is my new favourite beauty product and I can’t wait to try more of Pacifica’s products.

Hope you’ve had a great day,

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