CLEAN Summer Escape Perfume- Observations From An Olfactory Simpleton

Saturday, December 3, 2011
image from Sephora
I want you to close your eyes. Ok, maybe not right this second since you're reading this post. Wait till you finish reading.

It's night time. You've just arrived at a tropical paradise, an island resort where the only thing expected of you is relaxation and the consumption of fruity mixed drinks. In fact, with your first step onto the island, someone slips a delicious citrus concoction into your hand.

It's not hot or humid, a gentle, fresh breeze dances over the ocean water and wraps itself around you, pleasant on your exposed skin.
Inside your bungalow, fresh flowers have been placed in your room. You fall asleep quickly, inhaling the night ocean air and the mixture of honeysuckle, water lily, summer peony and orange blossoms.

Hours later, you wake up happily refreshed. The sun is bright overhead, its bright rays make the water surrounding you sparkle and glisten. You spend the next few hours, with your toes in the sand, just enjoying the vast blue skies and white expanse of beach. Comfortable, warm and completely at ease.

Doesn't that sound marvelous? I enjoyed the place that CLEAN Summer Escape took me to with each spritz. I only wish that my vacation in a bottle could have lasted. Sadly, this scent only lingered for a mere 4 hours or so. Summer Escape definitely is more tropical and fresh than any of the other CLEAN scents I've experienced though it is far from being a striking and unique scent. The base is familiar and comforting, definitely in the CLEAN family.

Notes (from
Crisp Bergamot, Beach Grass, Mandarin Orange, Water Lily, Summer Peony, Beach Honeysuckle, Orange Flower, Cotton Blossom, White Sand Accord, Driftwood, Coconut Water.

Summer Escape is a limited edition EDP. It can be found at Sephora for $49, but more importantly it has been found at TJMaxx/Marshalls locations for $10 for the full 2.14oz EDP.

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