Sampler Site – Free Mail Sample – Review – Marc Jacobs Daisy Love Perfume

*** The product reviewed in this post was given to me for free, by mail, by Sampler, a Canadian Company that sends out samples for different brands. I am not getting paid to do this post, nor am I obligated to post my opinions on my blog or social media, and my review is my honest opinion on the product. ***

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I have received a few items from Sampler now, and this one is the Marc Jacobs Daisy Love Eau de Toilette. This is the first Marc Jacobs product that I have ever tried.

Item – Marc Jacobs – Daisy Love Eau de Toilette

Cost – Free

Size – 1.2ml/0.04fl oz

Acquired Through – Sampler – a sample company that pairs up Brands with Consumers

Info:

Addictive and irresistible, Daisy Love fills the air with a contagious love of life. Created by master perfumer Alberto Morillas, this gourmand radiant fragrance reveals its first notes in a vibrant burst of sweet cloudberries. Delicate daisy tree petals mingle with sparkling cashmere musks and driftwood to create a lasting and memorable gourmand twist.

An ode to the Marc Jacobs iconic daisy, Daisy Love blooms with an oversized daisy that reflects over the warm glow of the juice.

Fragrance Family:

Floral

Scent Type:

Warm Floral

Key Notes:

Cyrstallized Cloudberries, Daisy Tree Petals, Cashmere Musks, Driftwood

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Final Thoughts:

I will just include the review I posted to Sampler, it has just about everything I want to say.

My Official Sampler Review Writeup

I’ve been using this for a good period of time now, and can say I was pleasantly surprised. I am usually very sensitive to perfumes, especially anything floral based. That is why I like to try before I buy, but that can be hard in places that have fragrance counters, and there are so many scents intermingling.

This doesn’t smell overly flowery at all, and is actually rather light. It doesn’t smell too synthetic either, and you can barely tell it has alcohol in it.

Normally higher end perfumes cause headaches within an hour for me, and this one does not! I can actual enjoy it along with others, which makes it a perfect for dates and events.

This is the first higher end perfume that I actually have not one single thing to complain about. It is perfect, and I might just have my new signature perfume!

Would I purchase?

Yes, this was a real surprise for me. I rarely find perfumes that I can stand, and it seems to get worse the older I get. This has a similar feel as my beloved Calvin Klein One. Now, I am not going to run out and get it for myself instantly, but I will probably buy it for myself around xmas or something.

I was super surprised that I got no headaches at all, and found myself enjoying the scent very much, actually being able to smell it with no bad side effects. I ended up rating it a 5 because of this.

Now, because people with allergies and sensitivities react to different things, I don’t know if this would work for you. I react to a lot of man-made formulas, so I think that was why this one was a surprise to me. It is literally one out of 35 tried this year(just when in the stores and such).

Thanks to Sampler for pairing me up with Marc Jacobs, it was a really nice sample to try, and I loved the experience.

‘Til Tomorrow

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*** The product reviewed in this post was given to me for free, by mail, by Sampler, a Canadian Company that sends out samples for different brands. I am not getting paid to do this post, nor am I obligated to post my opinions on my blog or social media, and my review is my honest opinion on the product. ***

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