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Hello, and Welcome to Scentbloggers July 10, 2006

Posted by scentbloggers in Site News and Announcements.
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Scentbloggers aims to bring you the best of perfume blogging and scent-related links on a regular basis.  Round-ups of the best posts from both member blogs and some non-member blogs will be highlighted, as well as interesting tidbits and all the smelly news that’s fit to print.

We’re still in the first step of development for the site, so please visit again as the blog develops. Thanks for your readership and support!

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1. +ACc-ILLEGAL - January 25, 2008

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2. Sarah - October 28, 2008

Create a fragrance that’s original and unique… just like you. Simply choose your favorites from our collection of over 65 fragrances, mix and match them to your liking, and then add them to our premium bath, body and home products. Create a perfume based on your personality. 
Set the perfect ambiance in your home according to your mood. Change your scent as often as you change your mind. The possibilities are endless!

Floral family scents:
Lilac, Freesia, Gardenia, Geranium, Jasmine, Juniper, Lemon, Lily, Linden Blossom, Mimosa, Plumeria, Rose, Violet, Lotus Flower, Wisteria.

Fruity family scents:
Green Apple, Coconut, Strawberry, Raspberry, Peach Blossom, Pina Colada, Guava Fruit, Passion Fruit, Naked, Vanilla, Pear, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Honeydew Melon, Frangipani, Lime, Pomegranate.

Herby family scents:
Lavender, Almond, Garden Mint, Basil, Spearmint, Peppermint, Sage, Tomato Leaf, Chamomile

Leafy family scents:
Hawaiian Rain, Honeysuckle, White Tea, Green Tea, Eucalyptus, Verbena, Heliotrope, Water Lily, Cucumber

Spicy family scents:
Cinnamon, Asian Spice, Chocolate, Allspice, Maple Spice, Brown Sugar, Fig, Bergamot

Woodsy family scents:
Egyptian Musk, China Musk, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Pine, White Musk, Myrrh, Oakmoss

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3. Verna Sexton - February 12, 2013

The flowers that are supposed to have the strongest scents are white. But the second most wonderfully scented group, to my nose, are the purple flowers. Consider lavender, lilac, violet, wisteria, iris, and heliotrope – all of them are beautiful fragrances, and all of them incidentally, are almost more beautiful in their white forms.


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