Acqua di Gioia

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Acqua di Gioia
Skin Tone: Medium, Skin Type: Dry, Undertone: Yellow

This is by far one of my favourite scents that I know I will keep coming back to. One of the main reasons is that, out of all the scents I wear, this is the one that gets me the most compliments from BOTH men and women! Love the packaging and branding of it too. Part of me wants to keep this amazing fragrance to myself just so I’d be the only one rocking it! ;)

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Acqua di Gioia
Skin Tone: Medium, Skin Type: Normal-to-Dry, Undertone: Olive
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Acqua di Gioia
Skin Tone: Fair, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Yellow
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Acqua di Gioia
Skin Tone: Fair, Skin Type: Oily, Undertone: Pink
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Acqua di Gioia
Skin Tone: Light, Skin Type: Combination, Undertone: Neutral

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  • Price $20.00

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Now available in a travel-size edition. Acqua di Gioia is a hymn to nature in all its forms. It is a clean, incredibly fresh, aquatic scent that is ultra-approachable, yet memorable. The fragrance begins with a “mojito” inspired sensual blend of crushed mint leaves, warmed by brown sugar and mixed with the zest of Italian Limone. Then, feminine floral notes emerge with joyous hints of aquatic Jasmine, dew of Peony and subtle traces of pink pepper. Lastly, its signature Mediterranean trail is rooted by the hearts of cedarwood and Labdanum.