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Clean Skin

Clean Fragrances has launched Skin:

This fragrance captures the delicate scent of bare skin. Hints of dewy flower petals wrap around notes of pure creaminess and warm musk to evoke the simple scent of touchable skin. Enticing, fresh, pure. Clean skin at its best.

Notes include honeydew, lotus blossom, fresh air accord, dewy petals, aquatic notes, blue rose, white musk, amber wood and vanilla.

Clean Skin is available now at Sephora, 60 ml Eau de Parfum for $69.

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  1. JolieFleurs says:

    I am not paying to smell like fresh air and clean skin. I just don’t get the point of these kinds of perfume.

    • poodle says:

      I don’t get the point of these either. I can achieve the clean skin effect by showering.

    • Robin says:

      Clearly they do well, despite having so many in the same genre.

  2. megank4 says:

    I don’t get it. My skin never smells like honeydew, lotus blossom, fresh air accord, dewy petals, aquatic notes, blue rose, white musk, amber wood and vanilla!

  3. Merlin says:

    May be worth getting this to layer with Lutens’ Koublai Khan to ‘neutralise’ its ‘dirtiness’?

    • LaMaroc says:

      No way, not for me! I love MKK *because* of it’s sweaty, dirty body, animalic whatever. Trying to figure out if I’m going to try and spring for the bottle or just get another big sample from TPC. :/

      • Merlin says:

        Actually, I was just kidding!
        KK smells really vile on me so I won’t be springing for a decant or a bottle which is just as well cos my list of lemming is waaaaaaaaay long – and no ‘cleans’ are included on it either!

  4. hardlyworking says:

    Interesting. It’s worth a shot.

    • Merlin says:

      But if I layer ‘dirty’ and ‘clean’ I guess I’d just smell the way I do now. And be $200 poorer? Hmmm…

  5. Absolute Scentualist says:

    Though the season is practically over, this does sound pretty as a summer scent one doesn’t have to think about. When I first tried Clean years ago (probably around when it first launched) I was into the original, Sweet Layer and hair mist as I’d smelled nothing quite like them and truly, my shower products are so vast and varied I never smelled like that after a shower. It was a lot of fun. :)

    When I bought a bottle last year in a really nice set for a great price, I was glad to have it for days when I wasn’t sure what I wanted to wear. But I’ve since moved into powdery scents and Clean’s insistant soapiness and citrus are just *too much* clean.

    If this is a lighter version, I might give it a try. But it doesn’t sound quite as if it has the makings of a skin scent to me though I’ve certainly been wrong. ;)

    • annemarie says:

      That does sound fun. It is relaxing to have a go-to clean fragrance that did not cost you an arm and a leg.

  6. moore says:

    Funny! Even on vacation Robin doesn’t resist to make some posts!! You can confess, Robin, perfumes are our water, aren’t they?? :)

    • Robin says:

      Yes, but also, the one time I *really* took a vacation, when I came home there were 20 fragrances to announce! So it’s easier not to fall behind, although this week the new launch news was pretty light.

  7. Joaquin says:

    I’ve always wanted to see Clean come out with a limited edition scent called Dirty, just for a change of pace.

    I do suppose that there are lot of people who just want to smell clean / fresh so I guess the market for these is quite large. I feel like they have so many variations now.

  8. Eva S says:

    I sniffed this yesterday and I got nothing, absolutely nothing! It was like trying to smell clean water. Maybye I’m anosmic to the musc? It’s the first time this happens to me, quite an odd experience!

  9. jolynn21 says:

    You guys are missing the boat! These perfumes smell so clean and fresh that you smell like you just stepped out of the shower all day. I bet your naturally clean doesnt smell that good all day.

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