February 24, 2018

Lisa Hoffman Fragrances


Lisa Hoffman fragrances come in five luxurious scents.  Each one delivers a subtle yet gorgeous fragrance from its 2 ounce bottle.  The bottles are a lovely frosted glass in a modern shape that shows a distinctive emblem that looks beautiful on any dresser or even your bathroom counter.

Scents like Japanese Agarwood show off a woody scent with hints of Bergamot, Spiced Ginger and a warm Amber.  Madagascar Orchid is more modern with notes of Jasmine, Ylang Dew, Mimosa Mood and pink Peony to create an exotic fragrance. For a warmer perfume try Tuscan Fig with Vanilla Bean, Honeysuckle, Coconut Wood, and Gardenia. I received the French Clary Sage which has sparkling watery notes combined with the French Clary Sage, yellow Freesia, Cotton and Linen. It’s crisp, modern and light. I quite like it during these warmer months and even into fall  Last is the Tunisian Neroli, a deeply rich floral scent of Tunisian Neroli mixed with Ylang Ylang, Golden Amber, and Neroli Blossoms with lemon and Buchu Leaf for a more sensual scent.

My testing of the French Clary Sage found it to be a light scent that lasts all day.  It spritzes on in a fine, somewhat dry mist that clings to you and doesn’t drench you in too much fragrance. Often one spray is enough to walk through to enjoy the scent throughout the day.

Lisa Hoffman’s whole fragrance set are available now for $65 on HSN and www.LisaHoffmanBeauty.com

MPR Rating:  Three Stars.

Disclaimer: MPR was not paid for this post. Products received are for review purposes only.  Opinions are MPR’s only.


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