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Moss

A few months ago, I blogged about this super cool perfume brand called Commodity Goods. They offered “fitting kits,” which are small vials of all the scents they offer (reviewed here), in case you weren’t sure if you wanted to smell like Gin or Book or Mimosa.

Commodity Goods

I ended up purchasing quite a few scents in the 10ml vials, but I reserved my 100ml order for Moss. It is a crisp but woodsy scent that has been designated by Commodity as both a male and female scent. Moss is one of my favorite scents to wear these days as it’s not as heavy Book, or as just-out-of-the-shower clean as Cloth. It’s pretty much perfect for me.

You can purchase your bottle of Moss or any other Commodity scent, for that matter, here.

Commodity Goods - 10ml

I bought myself 10ml travel vials of Book, which is rich and mysterious and smells exactly like old books without the unpleasant mustiness, Cloth, which is somewhat soapy and clean, Paper, which is the most subtle of them all—barely there, really–but crisp and nice, Mimosa, which is a fresh, citrus-y scent with quite a bit of kick and zing to it, and lastly—Moss. Again, yes. Because I love it that much.

Sidenote: On my trip, I couldn’t resist and brought 3 scents along. Can you guess which ones? 🙂

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6 Comments

  1. No, no, noooo!!! I am HUGE on moss, and naturally after reading this post I NEED IT. Went onto the site and then realized they only ship within the US! I can wait until December for a friend to drag some back for me, but dammit I want it NOW!!! Oh this is heartbreaking :p

    • I had to go through a courier!! Worth it, IMO, though. Moss is my favorite smell ever, though I’m not that adventurous or picky when it comes to perfume anyway, so IDK if that counts.

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