Love's Baby Soft 1974

Love's Baby Soft by Dana
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Love's Baby Soft is a perfume by Dana for women and was released in 1974. The scent is powdery-sweet. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Ron Winnegrade

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesLemon leafLemon leaf
OrangeOrange
Heart Notes Heart NotesLily of the valleyLily of the valley
JasmineJasmine
RoseRose
Base Notes Base NotesSandalwoodSandalwood
VanillaVanilla
Powdery notesPowdery notes
MuskMusk

Ratings

Scent

6.114 Ratings

Longevity

4.99 Ratings

Sillage

4.29 Ratings

Bottle

4.519 Ratings
Submitted by DonVanVliet, last update on 26.01.2021.
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Reviews

8
Scent
2.5
Longevity
2.5
Sillage
5
Bottle
Sorceress

213 Reviews
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Love's Baby Soft-Memories Of The Young Dana Years
I picked this up recently at a drugstore for 52 cents with the lotion in a giftset. Yes, 52 cents, after a holiday promotion. I couldn't resist. I remember this when I was a teen-ager and couldn't stomach the ads. I wouldn't wear it back then because of the name. Tabu was my preferred flavor of choice as a young teen because it was so much more daring than this. So here I am, revisiting this fragrance, decades later.
Love's Baby Soft is just that with a slight hint of musky spices surrounded by powder. That's what it is and it's longevity is slight. It's a natural scent that won't offend a soul. It's comforting. A scent to go to bed with. A scent to wrap your arms around babies with, an unassuming fragrance to wear.
The sillage isn't there unless you use it as a body spray and it's more of a memory of the 70's than anything else. No need to trash this because those of us who remember the Dana colognes of the 1970's lived that era with our own memories of growing up, some fond and some bittersweet, but memories none the less. Dana colognes will always hold a place on my fragrance shelf for that reason.
We mature and go on to other scents and perfumes and hopefully do not become snobs in the world of fragrances. That is the worst evil, really, I believe. If it smells delightful, if it brings a smile to your face, if it evokes pleasant thoughts or memories, it's worth the money, whether a few dollars or quite a few that you spending. We shouldn't wear the label, we should wear the scent for what it does for us.
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Statements

TorkeTorke 1 year ago
5
Scent
4
Longevity
3
Sillage
2
Bottle
Imagine Johnsons Baby Lotion. Now put that smell in a fragrance bottle. You just achieved Love's baby soft.
BlkbrdBlkbrd 4 years ago
Mostly baby powder (fair enough) but even when it dries down, never gets quite THAT dry. Like Hershey's Kisses; critique misses the point.

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