Rain by Commodity
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Rain is a perfume by Commodity for women and men. The release year is unknown. The scent is aquatic-citrusy. The production was apparently discontinued.

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Ketrin Leka

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesGreen notes, Bergamot, Lemon verbena, Rain accord
Heart Notes Heart NotesJasmine, Freesia, Lotus
Base Notes Base NotesMusk, White amber, Woods



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Very helpful Review    7
When it rains, the hangover comes in!
Rain. So rain. Many like the smell of the rain, but sometimes you are not as sure as it really smells. A look out the window tells me that it is pouring again (well, it was at least pouring when I had tested the fragrance, which was a bit longer ago. Right now it is actually very very hot and extremely humid here! Uffff!!!). It's the perfect opportunity to go outside and sniff the air.

However, at that moment the tomcat, who until recently had slept peacefully, wakes up and flees as he sees the open window. But then the stupid animal notices that it is all too wet outside and comes running in again, but of course not without leaving its cute paw prints on the laminate beforehand. And if I hadn't run behind him and scrubbed him with a towel (although he sometimes fiercely defends himself!), then he would surely have given the sofa a (further) new cat-like pattern...

But I don't want to digress here and come to the description of fragrance :D

The Scent:
The fragrance begins with a beautiful mix of green and citrus notes. It even looks a little like a delicious soft drink with lime in it. A few minutes later the sweet notes of jasmine also come through. Other floral notes are there as indicated, but I can't really tell if I smell freesia there. Whereby, Lotus, on the other hand, I can perceive to some extent. Since I use the body cream "Dao" from Rituals and it smells like lotus, I recognize the scent to some extent or is there a certain similarity (ah, so with time you also get to know flowery scents,... hmm I should use more fragrant body creams :DD).
At the base, the fragrance remains fresh, but now the floral scents are more prominent as the citric notes gradually fade away. But the scent gets warmer with the woods and gets a light sweetness with the musk. It remains pleasant and loose and is a nice fragrance for warm days.

Sillage and durability:
As expected from fresh and citric scents, the sillage is only mediocre and gets weaker with time. A large cloud of scent will not be left here and the scent is probably only smellable from close up.
Shelf life's okay, I think it's a little over six hours.

The flacon:
The bottle is cylindrical, has a light glass and a white label. The cap is also white and cylindrical, giving the bottle an almost clinically pure appearance. But also quite modern. It's all right.

The scent is simple, but beautiful. The citrus notes, together with the loose flowers, are very fresh, making the fragrance ideal for summer. But because of the floral notes it seems more feminine than unisex to me.

The citric aspect of this fragrance, however, is not very tangy and not very sour, so that all those who normally don't like citrus scents could also look at it. Like cats, for example! D My cat hardly noticed the scent either or did not run away from it. And this is rare with lemon fragrances! :D

Anyway, for me it is a nice fragrance that can be used during the day on warm days. Or, of course, on vacation and such. And yes, it reminds a little of rain later. The only thing missing is the scent of the stony ground: rain on a mild summer day that swirls up all the flowers, so that the air later smells both damp and floral.

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