Philosophy Eternal Grace ~ new perfume

Philosophy Eternal Grace

Philosophy has launched Eternal Grace, a new fragrance for women. Eternal Grace joins the prior fragrances Amazing Grace and Inner Grace.

What it is: A crisp, contemporary scent created to energize the spirit, lighten the heart, and inspire all women.

Who it is for: The woman who wants a youthful, uplifting fragrance.

Why it is different: eternal grace spray fragrance was created to take a woman on a sensory journey and leave her feeling forever young. It's a contemporary blend of philosophy's classic, clean notes, along with delicate florals and bright citrus.

Philosophy Eternal Grace is available now for pre-order at QVC in 60 ml "Spray Fragrance" and is due to ship in June. (via qvc)

Update: Eternal Grace is now available at Sephora; the notes include bergamot, citrus, neroli, geranium, lavender, violets, passion fruit, musk, sandalwood and amber. (via cosmeticsmag)

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  1. Thanna says:

    Amazing Grace has been one of my white tee shirt staples for years. I’ve never cared for any of the other Graces though. Can’t smell Pure Grace without being reminded of the disinfectant used in tattoo parlors! I’ll sniff this and hope it has enough citrus to make it another white tee shirt option.

    • Robin says:

      I do wish they’d bother to write more useful descriptions…

    • Tama says:

      Oo – I think I need to smell Pure Grace – I love that smell.

      • AmyT says:

        I get a suntan lotion scent from Pure Grace, personally.

  2. Haunani says:

    This would be worth a spritz at Sephora. I used to wear Amazing Grace and still like it. For some reason, I stopped reaching for it, so I gave it to a friend. Inner Grace didn’t appeal to me, as I remember. Not sure about Pure (hey – that rhymes!). Happy Wednesday to all!

    • Robin says:

      Always worth a sniff at Sephora, yes!

  3. miss kitty v. says:

    Maybe I don’t want to go on a sensory journey. Maybe I like feeling old.

    • lemonprint says:

      Yeah! You kids get off my lawn.

    • Robin says:

      There must be a perfume for that. Will have to think of what it is.

  4. Rosewater says:

    Gazon Sans Gosses.

  5. maggiecat says:

    I’ve liked and worn all three “Grace” scents, although Amazing and Pure have been so co-opted by my mom and my sister respectively that I don’t reach for them as much as I used to. Amazing Grace was a comfort scent for a long time…I’d like to try this new one!

  6. VanMorrisonFan says:

    Using theological terms to name frangrances is an interesting idea. I’m wondering if they will consider using Total Depravity (a doctrine embraced by Calvinists) or Unconditional Election (another term in Calvinist Theology). There’s a huge category of names here…Redemption, Atonement, etc.

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