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Scentbird is a monthly designer fragrance subscription service. They carry almost every imaginable fragrance, 450+ perfumes and 100+ colognes for women and men! Scents are available in sleek, travel-sized atomizers, 8 ml or .27 ounces, designed to last 30 days or 120 sprays. Members receive free shipping and handling and are permitted to cancel their subscription at any time.
Mariya Nurislamova’s, CEO of Scentbird, vision for Scentbird was to avoid the perfume graveyard where fragrances go that just do not work for one reason or another. She thinks women and men should date their scents before committing to a large, expensive bottle.
I’ve been a subscriber for a few years now and have thoroughly enjoyed it. I have several reasons why –
For one, the flexibility of a Scentbird subscription. Scentbird is a monthly subscription; however, you can tailor the frequency to how often you wish to receive your fragrances.
If you feel you have too many fragrances, you can pause your subscription for as long as you like, or you can elect to have perfumes in your queue shipped, perhaps, every other month.
Another reason I am pleased with Scentbird is the value. My favorite fragrances are costly niche perfumes. A .27 fluid ounce perfume spray from my Scentbird subscription is often less expensive per ounce than a full-size bottle of the same scent at retail.
A fragrance case is included with your first subscription delivery. After that, you may still order one a la carte for $12.95.
After you receive your subscription and some time has passed, you are asked to rate the fragrance to help others make a more informed purchase.
Summing up the process you:
PICK A SCENT from their extensive assortment of designer perfumes.
JOIN and get a monthly supply of the luxury scent of your choice in the sleek Scentbird vial for $14.95 per month.
ENJOY Receive a monthly purse spray with a 30 day supply of the perfume of your choice*.
(*Online, there is a quiz you take that will help narrow down choices. It really helped me!)