What I found interesting this week.

 

I’m not sure if this will become a regular post on Scent Hive, but here’s what I found interesting this week out in the blogging world.

 

Fig + Sage reviewed John Masters Organics Sunscreen, one of my favorites.

Scent Less Sensibilities wrote a beautiful review of Mandy Aftel’s new Haute Claire.

The Flaxen Owl featured CARGO’s PlantLove Green Glamour Kit  with pics. The look is pretty as is she!

Dain over at ARS Aromatica offered a very thorough review of one of my favorite skincare lines, Kahina Giving Beauty

Nathan Branch is hosting an ongoing “Letters to a Fellow Perfumer,” featuring Mandy Aftel and Dawn Spencer Hurwitz.

Have a gorgeous weekend everyone!

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13 thoughts on “What I found interesting this week.

  1. I just ordered a mess of new samples and scentreats thanks to your posts, Trish! Have Haute Claire en route from Aftel along with some other delightful samples (Cacao (a tribute to the skit…but sounds delicious too), Parfum de Maroc, and Tango).
    Also had to order Moss & Ivy after thata delicious review and will aim for a splash of Bottom’s Dream!
    Thank you ! xoxo duVergne
    P.S. Joanne Basset is having a GREAT sale right now – only until the end of July FYI!

  2. Trish, I can’t thank you enough for this mention – I’m thoroughly blown away by all the attention my review has received, even here! Thank you again – and more scented adventures later! :)

    • You are very welcome Dain! Thanks for writing such a thorough and thoughtful review of Kahina. It is a spectacular line in so many ways!
      XOXO
      T

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