The term “skin scent” has been popularized in recent years and encompasses many fragrances all with one thing in common: musk. Musk raw materials are sensual, intimate, wear close to the skin and smell like your skin — but better.
The opposite of “in your face fragrance”, skin scents are sheer, subtle fragrances that merge with or enhance your own natural scent.
Pair with other light raw materials — citrus or white flowers like jasmine, hedione, or orange blossom — to create a scent that is like a clean, pretty version of your own skin. Because of the way musk scents mingle with your own skin, skin scents tend to transform on different people.