Hi everyone! I hope you are having a great week. You might remember a while ago I wrote about my favourite fragrances and ones which I have loved since I was younger and have continued to buy, Today I want to share with different scents that bring memories back to me, which includes past memories growing up and how the scents affect me now, the memories and emotions they create in the present time. I would love to know in the comments which scents always bring memories back to you. Maybe it’s a scent that you haven’t smelled for a while and as soon as you do, it brings back a particular memory?
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I love lavender, it’s just one of those scents that I could never get bored of. As a child, I had one of those microwavable bears to keep you nice and warm and the scent of the bear was lavender. Also as a child, my mum, dad and I would visit the Lavender Farm in Norfolk to have a look round and view the gardens of lavender. This where I developed a strong love for it and those are the two prominent memories I have of lavender. Even now when I see some lavender even if it’s in a pot, I just have to smell it. I love when lavender is included in fragrances, as I find that it really does give it that little bit extra and creates a sense of nostalgia. When I smell lavender it makes me feel happy, a rush of emotion comes straight to me.
Citrus is another firm favourite of mine. When I was a teen I absolutely loved the smell of citrus in a perfume. My friend would wear a collection of perfumes and they would always smell amazing on her. Citrus scents definitely remind me of my teenage years, especially as I was experimenting more with perfume and discovering ones that I love. Pink Grapefruit is always a citrus scent that stands out to me the most.
Musk is also a scent that some people may not necessarily like, but I find it to be one of those scents that you can’t go wrong with. I remember wearing musk as a body spray. Remember the Impulse body sprays! I was addicted to them. I actually really excited as I have just learned that they still make Impulse, A Hint of Musk. My mum would also wear musk scent and for me personally, I think it’s more the emotion that musk brings back to me. It makes me feel all warm and happy.
I have really enjoyed writing this post and I’m so excited to share it with you. It’s made me think so much more about the different fragrances I love and which ones really stand out to me. It has also made me realise more what I actually look for in a fragrance when purchasing one.
What are your favourite scents?
This is a sponsored post, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.