Sea Salt & Avocado

Scent Power: 2 out of 4 - Light but Noticeable Being Californian, I loooovvveee me some avos! Especially with a little salt and lime. MM!! I'm not quite sure what I was expecting, because avocados have a particular smell that you don't really want filling up your house. This is almost a juicy smell, very lightly citrusy. Scentsy says that it's Valencia orange and it's very nice and subdued. There...[Read More]

Bonfire Beach

Scent Power: 2 out of 4 - Light but Noticeable || I want to like this one, I really do. When you get right up on it, you can smell marshmallows roasting over a smoky campfire, salty wind and warm sand. But the scent is soooo light! In the air, it's almost not detectable. I think this would be amazing in small spaces, like bathroom, or for those who like their scents not so strong. I'm going to try...[Read More]

Atlantic Air

Scent Power:  1 out of 4 - Way too Light || Like standing by the sea side, where the salty air blows through the tall grass and picks up the scent of nearby beach flowers. This scent isn't too ocean-y, it's more of a sea breeze aroma with a bit of floral - orchid to be exact. I would love this scent more if it weren't so sadly light. This might be a good one for bathrooms since it's not so power...[Read More]

By The Sea

Scent Power: 2 out of 4 - Light but Noticeable || Imagine a beautiful Spring day by the beach, the wind gently blowing the distinctive aroma of salty water towards you. This scent is exactly what you would expect given the name. It's calm, relaxing and definitely brings up memories of your favorite beach. Definitely more sea-like than Scentsy's Ocean scent, this is sure to please beach lovers! Con...[Read More]

Pacific Daydream

Warm sand, salty beach mist with the slightest tropical breeze of coconut and banana. This is a very nice, relaxing scent BUT it is incredibly light! Don't think of this as a powerhouse beach scent like Ocean (very popular but newly discontinued scent) or By the Sea. This is a much more understated aroma that is warmer and saltier than most. Continue reading →

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