By now you'll have probably realised that I am current besotted with the Le Soft Perfume range - give me anything dinky and sweetly packaged and you will have me under your thumb.
Fortunately the product held within the cute cardboard packaging that makes up the Le Soft Perfume Collection is of stand up quality.
As I have mentioned in a few other posts the Le Soft Perfume collection which has just launched on Cult Beauty is the brainchild of Isabelle Masson Mandonnaud - co-founder of Sephora and Philippe Vignon. (worked at L'Oreal for over 20 years). Together they have fused their beauty know how to create the chicest range of solid perfumes the eye ever did see and the heart ever did lust after. Each offering is sensitive skin-friendly with a moisturising base of shea butter, uber chic, travel-friendly so much so you can even take them on board a flight which is my full intention with this particular scent.
"Nemamiah stands for prosperity and greatness I hold you tight to me and I undergo my fate.."
You would be forgiven for thinking that the Le Soft Perfume in Nemamiah would be a soft floral offering that was my initial presumption but rather it is fruity fusion that includes notes of Lemon, Mandarin, Apple, Chocolate, Orange, Passion Fruit and Mango that on paper does give the impression that it would be both overwhelming and sickly sweet. Oddly the notes blend together to offer a lighter than air, breezy fruity cocktail that is relaxing yet uplifting at the same time no note truly dominates the scent rather Nemamiah reminds me of soft apricot yogurt. Bizarre know but that is what springs to mind. Fruity yet mellow and perfect for those long summer days.
I do want to quickly mention that in my experience none of the Le Soft Perfumes are terribly noticeable on the skin (hence the name I guess?) and I highly doubt anyone else will detect the scent from your skin unless up close and personal (oh la la). Rather this is a range of fragrances for those who like a subtle scent purely for themselves.
Le Soft Perfume in Nemamiah* £19 via Cult Beauty - link
* PR Sample sent for consideration of review.
Random Fact - Nemamiah is often considered an archangel. He protects those who struggle for justice and for the rights of those who can not defend themselves; such as children and animals.
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