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Clean - soap - signature!
What I have not tested everything in the search for a fragrance with which I feel comfortable around me.
Which I can wear always and everywhere, in every season and at every event with a clear conscience.
In short, Dia Woman is just that
I can't understand how this fragrance could burp up anyone in this world, as it glides skillfully and nymph-like over the olfactory receptors, flattering and and completely unbiased nice, yet intense and powerful.
The name, Dia, couldn't be more appropriate. You can smell like this every day, this is how women start productive and eventful days.
Yes, the first sprayer frees aldehyde-laden sinuses and yes, it clearly smells like soap
I always wanted to capture this fragrance in a bottle and I was sure that if I could do this, I could become rich with it.
Well, to my happiness and sorrow, someone else was already pursuing this thought, and if you look at Ellena's biography and compare it with mine, it quickly becomes clear why he succeeded and not me.
(with a distillery and some garden herbs I probably won't get far there).
I want to bathe in this fragrance, want to cleanse myself with its clean radiance, which ensures that I simply feel good all around me.
Dia Woman is no substitute for a shower (please don't!), but it is the icing on the cake of the cultivated everyday appearance, the finishing touch for all those of us who like to make a statement with understatement.
I leave (as so often) the description of the fragrance to numerous more talented scent noses here and set just a small modest monument to my subjective perception here in a small corner, where it hopefully doesn't just gather dust like the old piece of soap that fell behind the bathroom set.
If I could, the bottle would already be in my cupboard. Now I collect share fillings and sniff my nose sore at this masterpiece
(And yes, the colour of the bottle is absolutely unsuitable, turquoise, white or shiny silver would certainly be more suitable).