Scentwist Review November 2018
Scentwist brings your favorite designer fragrance to your doorstep for only $14.99 a month! It’s super simple: you register and create a profile, you select your favorite scents and add them to your queue, and the Scentwist experts fill up your vial with the scent at the top of your list. You can edit the queue anytime you log in into your account.
Your Scentwist box is carefully packed, shipped for free on the 10th of every month and delivered straight to your door. Each month you receive an 8ml (0.27 fl oz) vial equivalent to 30 days of fragrance. Your box includes a welcome flyer as well as instructions on how to use your Scentwist and change your vials.
When you register with Scentwist the first thing you’ll do is choose the color of the twist case. They have nine colors to choose from and every four months they’ll send you a new one, so you can switch up the color if you want.
It comes packaged nicely and secure and you just twist the case and get the sprayer out! It’s perfect to keep in your purse or on-the-go anywhere you go. I chose copper for my first case and Donna by Valentino for my first scent.
You get 0.27 fl oz of fragrance, enough to last you 30 days and for only $14.99! This way you can get as many authentic designer perfumes for a fraction of the amount that you’d have to pay in a department store!
I am stoked with my Scentwist with Valentino Donna because I’ve wanted to get this fragrance for a long time and now I have it at the twist of a hand!
Here are the specifics:
- $14.99 a month for a vial of your favorite designer fragrance
- 1 new case every four months with 9 colors to choose from
- 1 vial of 0.27 oz of fragrance each month enough to last you 30 days
- FREE shipping!
- Choose from over 1000 designer fragrances. No more smelling hundreds of fragrances at department stores!
If you change your mind, you’re in control of your subscription. You can skip a month or cancel anytime with no hassle or fees involved! We love it and we know you will too!
Lucia Metcalf – http://laughingwithoutanaccent.blogspot.com