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The Dark Side of Fire: cinnamon, bitter almond, and neroli. Heavily spiced, torrid, and possibly conflagrant.
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– May 27, 2017
I love how spicy and Red Hot-ish this is. The neroli is very nice…but I break out in hives when I wear it which is an issue. This clearly isn’t meant for skin that is even remotely sensitive.
I love how spicy and Red Hot-ish this is. The neroli is very nice…but I break out in hives and welts when I wear it which is an issue. This clearly isn’t meant for skin that is even remotely sensitive.
– May 26, 2017
Almond and cinnamon on me, and that is it. If you like a light spicy scent, try it, but I prefer ones with more depth, like Chimera, Queen of Sheba, and Eclipse.
– September 11, 2015
In the imp: Cinnamooooon and almond. I don’t get any of the neroli note in the imp, but that’s okay!
Wet: Creamy almond and cinnamon. The cinnamon in this is pretty intense. It overtakes the almond, and it starts to tingle my skin, but hasn’t turned it red or left any welts (yet). Alas, the cinnamon kind of has a cinnamon broom vibe on me, which… isn’t really a good thing.
Dry: Um… I spoke too soon. There is a huge red spot on my arm near the place where I applied this (even though I did not apply a large amount). The creaminess of the almond is still present, but mostly, it’s just cinnamoooon. I didn’t get any neroli from this at all.
Verdict: I’ll be passing this one onto a friend that adores spicy scents and doesn’t have sensitive skin.
– October 5, 2014
Almonds and cinnamon in the imp, going very spicy cinnamon on the skin. Not something that should be applied on delicate skin or with a heavy hand. I suspect it will be a good, comforting scent for cold winter months.
– September 22, 2014
Cinnabears and Maraschino Cherries. Hot, spicy, and sweet. All at the same time. One of my top five favorite oils.
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