Soft floral notes are perfect if you love feminine flowers and the smell of fresh cut bouquets. Examples: Roses, orchids, lilacs, lavender, peonies, jasmine, gardenia, tuberose, iris.
Fruity floral combinations add notes of ripened fruit. Examples: green apple, fig, lychee, berries, mango, coconut, passion fruit, pineapple, honeydew.
Green scents have an earthy, energizing quality that bring a summery touch to any season. Examples: fresh-cut grass, basil, cucumber, mint, pine forest, green tea, violet leaves.
Sunny and refreshing, citrus notes have a fun zest to them. Examples: zest of lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruits, mandarins, bergamot.
Floriental notes have an exotic, sophisticated touch that give it a sensual and delicious quality. Examples: neroli flower, amber, incense, clove, cedar, ginger, white pepper, sweet spices, cinnamon.
Woody notes add an intriguing and grounded quality. This family of fragrances feature scents like agarwood, sandalwood, cedar, vetiver, pine, oakmoss, smoky leather, burnt wood.
Dewy, aquatic notes are often used as a fresh accent to enliven florals, orientals, and woody fragrances. Watery notes can also stand alone in soothing, cooling scents.
Gourmand or sweet scents are best described as comfy and delicious. Examples: vanilla, honey, chocolate, sweet cakes, cinnamon.
Delicate and comforting. Examples: baby powder, talc, meringue.