Smell Bent Remix St. Tropez Dispenser Apres Soleil EDT Perfume Review

Smell Bent has gone all DJ and launched remixes of some of the brand’s “classics”. St. Tropez Dispenser Apres Soleil is a summer beach scent.

The St. Tropex Remix opens as a sticky, sweet honey with coconut oil. The honey is animalic as hell. And there’s a hint of retro jasmine tanning oil. It’s a very sweet, beachy scent with a hint of salty ozone. And it’s funky. I mean, there’s honey, leather and musk. This is meant to smell a little raunchy.

1975 Vogue

Notes listed include jasmine, honey, coconut, soft leather, sandalwood, and nitro musk. Launch date 2012. PERFUMER – Brent Leonesio

Give St. Tropez Dispneser Apres Soleil a try if you like honey scents or if you like beachy scents. Try it if you like By Kilian Back to Black, Estee Lauder Sensuous Nude, Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess, Susanne Lang Vanilla Coconut, Lucy B Tiare Coconut, and/or TokyoMilk Let Them Eat Cake. I consider this a unisex fragrance. If honey goes nasty on your skin, stay away.

Projection and longevity are average for an EDT.

I have reviewed the EDT spray. The 1.7 oz bottle retails for $45. A perfume oil is also available at Smell Bent. Samples are also available for purchase.

Victoria’s Final EauPINIONSweet animalic honey and retro tanning oil over skanky skin. I can only recommend this one to people that like honey…like really, really, really like honey.

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*Disclaimer – Sample provided by Smell Bent. I am not finacially compensated for this review or any others. My opinions are my own. 1975 Vogue magazine cover from Vogue.

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