Philosophy Living Grace ~ new perfume

Philosophy Living Grace fragrance

Philosophy has launched Living Grace, a new perfume for women:

Who is it for: The woman who wants to feel vibrant, alive, and beloved. Anyone who loves philosophy's grace fragrances, and anyone who wants to be inspired to fully embrace the beauty of living in the present moment each day.

Why is it different: living grace is an ethereal, clean floral fragrance designed to help center a woman's mood, enabling her to fully embrace the beauty of living in the present moment each day. This fragrance features fresh neroli to inspire uplifting feelings of vibrancy; soft, clean lily of the valley to inspire a sense of gratitude; and a sensuous, warm musk that embraces you in the present moment.

Philosophy Living Grace is available in 15 or 60 ml "Spray Fragrance", and can be found now at QVC or Philosophy.

(quote via qvc, additional information via philosophy)

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  1. Jillie says:

    I am trying desperately to summon a sense of gratitude for this, but sadly I just can’t do it. And I don’t think that I am living in the present moment either ……. I suppose I should be wearing Living Grace and then I will also feel beloved and alive!

    • Robin says:

      I am not feeling it either.

    • KateReed says:

      My sense of gratitude only extends to finally knowing what the hell some of the notes for one of Philosphy’s perfumes are.

      • Robin says:

        And that is from QVC — the Philosophy website does not have that info.

        • KateReed says:

          *snort* Well that figures, doesn’t it?

  2. AmyT says:

    Translation: You bought our other fragrances. Please buy this one too.

    • Robin says:

      LOL! There’s probably some truth in it — if you like this clean musk style, they’re all kind of the same.

      • They’re not the same, though – these newer Graces and Loves are getting to be nastier and nastier fruity crap-things. This one (or the one before? Who can tell?) was vile when I tried it in an Ulta.

        And I have several of the older ones. Unconditional Love was the beginning of the end. (Isn’t it always?)

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