Scentbird is a monthly perfume and fragrance decanting subscription. With Scentbird, you get a thirty-day supply of perfume every month – Scentbird takes authentic perfumes and decants them into travel sprayers. There are over 450 fragrances to choose from and Scentbird adds new ones every month! You can save when you purchase a multi-month subscription, or even arrange to receive perfume every other month. Scentbird now offers candles, hand creams, body wash + scrubs, and makeup to choose from, too!
I received a card with the scent that I chose for this month.
The back of the card listed the scent notes and ingredients in my new perfume.
Everything in my box!
The cardboard holder had the refill instructions on the back. You receive a case with your first shipment and just pop it in and twist to expose the sprayer.
When you join you fill out a profile – including three of your favorite designer perfumes – then you make a wish list of perfumes you’d like to try. You’ll get a new sprayer every month, plus your first month includes a case to hold whatever perfume you’re currently using! You can add extra cases to an existing subscription for $12.95. Members receive a $15 credit each month against the purchase of a full-size bottle (note that this credit expires each month).
I picked the types of scents that I like along with a couple of specific fragrances and Scentbird gave me 12 suggestions, although I usually just choose on my own since my fragrance “likes” change frequently.
Scentbird offers a fragrance of the month and for December it’s Bella Vince Camuto:
Bright. Floral. Fruity. Bella — Italian for beauty — is a blend of nectarine blossoms, jasmine water and Italian bergamot, raising the bar for this juicy scent. A base of white amber adds a warm and seductive nature to the feminine fragrance.
Scentbird Caswell-Massey Centuries Almond ($16.95) I went with a new-to-me brand. I thought the description of this scent was lovely and was looking forward to the almond and cherry combo.
According to Scentbird subscribers, this scent is uplifting, fruity, and woody. Most wearers agree it’s suitable for fall and is an everyday scent that is easy-going.
It has notes of almond, cherry, tonka, musk, and salt and is considered unisex. I would say it’s creamy, lightly spicy, and sweet but it wasn’t really what I was expecting. It’s kind of like really nice room spray and it doesn’t last very long. The initial blast was similar to almond extract.
I like discovering new scents every month from my Scentbird subscription. I had never smelled this one before but then that’s part of the surprise. Sometimes I hit the jackpot, and sometimes not so much. Still, I’ve never encountered this brand before and wanted something different. The value was around $13.50, based on a 0.5 ounce bottle, which would have cost me $25. You may purchase this on the Scentbird website for $16.95, or opt to receive it in your subscription for $14.95.
What’s in your Scentbird queue? Let me know what scent you’re wearing now in the comments!