Review: Tilly & Leila Lou by Rosie Jane


I’m always interested in finding new fragrances. I had to get rid of many of my perfumes (more on this later) and am looking for scents that are delicate-more oils rather than heavy sprays.

Paraben, sulfate, phthalate and posphate free,  Rosie Jane’s scents are lovely. The packaging is made from recycled materials and the actual fragrances are blended essential oils. Rosie Jane named her two scents after her daughters, Tilly and Leila Lou. How neat would it be to have a scent named after you! Lets see, Cindy, as a scent would be a floral combination with a hint of something clean and soft. And I’d name it…Dollface.

But I digress!

Tilly, at first sniff, reminded me of a beach with notes of grapefruit, pineapple and gardenia. Nothing having to do with a beach but that’s what popped into my head.

Leila Lou is more feminine and girly, if you can imagine. The notes are pear, jasmine and fresh cut grass but I get more of a light floral vibe from it.

These scents are not overpowering or chemical smelling. The strength of the scent wears off, which is good because you don’t want to be breathing in toxic perfume fumes all day. The words that come to mind to describe these are light, delicate, floral, fresh and lovely.

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