Play-Doh, puppy’s breath, paperbacks, pipe tobacco — it’s undeniable that specific scents bring up specific memories, and if those memories are good, Demeter fragrances believes you can and should be able to slather on those memorable scents and wear them around when the mood strikes.
“Every time you smell something you love, you smile. And the world needs more smiles,” the Demeter website proclaims. While we can’t help but agree, are there really that many people who have such fond memories of pruning shears and string beans that they’d really rather smell like them? Sure, most of us love PB & J and pizza, but do we really need body lotion and purse spray cologne in those particular scents fragrances?
Just in case you do, Demeter has you covered, both literally and figuratively. We had a fabulous time scanning Demeter’s website for the wildest, craziest, most creative scents that we thought would surprise you. We’re somehow happier just knowing they exist.
5 Crazy Fragrances That Just Might Work for You
Puppy’s Breath is a revelation of warm, wet and wonderful comfort. Slightly sweet, and undeniably organic and alive, this fragrance captures the experience of meeting that new puppy for the first time, up close and personal, a rainbow swirl of happy feelings and memories. It remains transparent, even as it is full and rounded – mystical, like the breath itself.
Not for the faint of heart. Probably their most obtuse fragrance, but it is “dead on” so to speak. Demeter’s Lobster is a combination of the sea, sweet meat, and a hint of drawn butter.
You know that incredibly attractive, yet indescribable smell you experience (along with the “Whoosh”) when you open a new can of tennis balls? Well, this is that smell. Courtside or not, celebrate your love for tennis, and feel a little closer to the action when you wear Fuzzy Balls
Cats. Love them or hate them. There is no in between. But everyone loves kittens! Now after 15 years of effort, Demeter has captured the olfactory essence of the warmth and comfort of that purrfect spot, just behind a kitten’s neck. Kitten Fur is a fragrance that truly purrs. And so, will anyone who experiences it.
Inspired by childhood, Demeter’s Crayon smells just like that new box of Crayola’s® you opened on your first day of school. Because Crayola® also makes crayons that smell like flowers, it only seems appropriate that Demeter make cologne that smells like crayon