Hey lovelies! Hope you’re all doing well and that you’re having a fantastic week. Today’s post is going to be about a subscription service, that you may or may not have already heard about before!
Scentbird is a monthly subscription service that sends you a 30-day supply of a designer fragrance of your choice. You are given a generous amount of fragrance, so you can use up to 4 sprays per day and still have enough to last you an entire month! They consider this “dating” the fragrance before “marrying” it. Sure, you can get perfume samples from a local boutique, but you don’t get nearly enough product as you would from Scentbird. They have of 450+ designer and niche fragrances, so you really can’t run out of options. Scentbird will cost you $14.95 a month and you can cancel at anytime.”
This is what you’ll get with your subscription (you get the reusable case for free with your first purchase).
For my first fragrance, I picked Rain by Clean. I wanted to try something different and I’m glad I did. This perfume is so refreshing and kind of like, a neutral scent? Not too strong, not too soft, just the right amount of fragrance that will last all day. As far as I know, this is a cruelty free perfume brand (on their website they had listed that they did not test on animals, but have since changed their website and no longer state that. I have contacted them a couple of times and have not received a response about their cruelty free stance, but I have seen other cruelty free bloggers talk about them before, so that’s why I chose this perfume brand, so please take my words with a grain of salt because their company morales could have changed, and I was just going off of what I could find.) I could not find any other cruelty free fragrances that they provide on Scentbird but the Clean and Clean Reserve fragrances should be cruelty free, but again, don’t quote me on that. (*EDIT: Clean has since then got back to me and has confirmed that they do not participate in animal testing of any kind nor do they have others do testing on their behalf. They do not sell in China since China requires animal testing- so yay!)
The case that holds the perfume is really chic and I love the color of it (white with some shimmer). It would also be awesome for travel since the spray part twists up and down for perfect storage.
Let me know if you’re interested in trying out Scentbird in the comments below! I’d love to hear why or why not.
Thanks for reading, as always <3
Disclaimer: This product/service was sent to me for consideration. All opinions are my own. I am not being paid for this post.