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Scentsy Fragrance has named Violet Leaf as its ScenTrend for 2013

February 13, 2013

Scentsy Fragrance has named Violet Leaf as its ScenTrend for 2013, a designation of an up-and-coming fragrance note that comes from trend analysis by fragrance experts at Scentsy and prominent international fragrance houses.

The earthy and herbaceous Violet Leaf fragrance note is extracted from the heart-shaped leaves of the violet plant. Unlike the fragrance of a violet flower, which is sweet and powdery, Violet Leaf exudes an organic, green fragrance with a subtle floral undertone and watery accents of melon and cucumber. This fragrance is gentle on the senses, providing tranquil moments of respite and calm, according to Scentsy.

More info: www.ScenTrend.com
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