Columns Addicted: Yes, I Wear Room Sprays

Addicted: Yes, I Wear Room Sprays

10/30/16 12:10:47 (46 comments)

by: Dr. Marlen Elliot Harrison

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"Who smells like a fireplace?"

"Why do you remind me of a hotel?"

"Are you sure that is supposed to be sprayed on your skin?"

Chances are if you've ever heard these questions, then you are just as addicted to scent as I am. And of course I'm talking about wearing room sprays as personal fragrance. That's right - room sprays.

I know what you're probably thinking...so let me clarify: No, I'm not talking about dousing myself in Febreze or scenting myself with sprays from aerosol cans of Glade. I mean using room sprays from actual fragrance companies. So many brands offer them and they are often much more affordable than typical eaux de parfums or eaux de toilettes. Many of them contain around 10% fragrance oils and so wear quite well on the skin. But I'm getting ahead of myself....I know, you're also thinking, "But if they were meant to be sprayed on skin, why wouldn't it just say so on the bottles?" 

Herve Gambs

Well, let me begin my story with a trip to Osaka ca 2003, Herve Gambs and Takashimaya department store...I had been walking through a shopping arcade in the Shinsaibashi area when I noticed in one of the window displays an eye-catching array of silk plants and flowers, and something that looked potentially like bottles of perfume. I'm the kind of person that has the ability to spot a glass atomizer from half a mile away; it's a gift and a curse. 

Herve Gambs at Takshimaya

Image of Herve Gambs products from Wickermoss blog

I stopped dead in my tracks, turned 90 degress towards the department store door and walked straight up to the display. The original bottles, like the current iteration above, only displayed the designer and fragrance names and didn't immediately display the words "room spray" and so I picked up the first bottle I spied and sprayed it on my skin. Mmmmmm, warm amber. And then I picked up another. Mmmmmmm, brown tea. If memory serves me correctly, the back of the bottles read "Parfum d'Intérieur" which roughly translates to room spray.

"Huh?" I surely exclaimed out loud.

I looked down at my arms where I had sprayed the scents, looking for some sign that the liquid was eating through my skin. But despite my fears, I survived. Not even a rash.

And a new obsession was born.

I returned to Takashimaya at least three more times to buy more of Herve Gambs' amazing aromas, but that Brown Tea scent was hands down one of my favorites. I remember the sales woman spying me applying the room spray to my skin and rushing over to me, gently taking me by the arm and waving my bottle-clutching hand into the air from side to side! She pointed to her skin and neck and shook her head and made a cross with her arms. I nodded that I understood while thinking to myself, "If she only knew!"

Sadly, Brown Tea is not a part of the current line up of Parfums d'Intérieur from Herve Gambs, but there are quite a few interesting options such as Encens Nobilis pictured above. Note: I can't attest as to whether or not the formulas/ingredients are similar to the ones I previously owned and wore.

Costes Room Spray (Brown)

That same year I had learned about another non-traditional scent that people were covertly dousing themselves in. Back in 2001, Olivia Giacobetti had created a sweet, woody ambient aroma for the Parisian Hotel Costes at rue Saint Honoré and the room spray was finally available stateside for purchase.

waxed wood, rum, mahogany, bitter orange peel, paprika, oak moss

My first experience with Costes was a 2004 visit to Aedes des Venustas, the famed New York City fragrance boutique in the heart of Greenwich Village. I had fallen hard for Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier's sandalwood room spray which had recently been discontinued. While conversing with one of the owners, I asked if I might purchase the remaining tester since the product was no longer in stock and no longer available and he very kindly obliged. I sheepishly admitted that I loved the sandalwood room spray so much that I might wear it as a personal fragrance; I half-expected him to burst out into laughter or warn me of the toxic dangers. Instead he admitted to wearing Costes.

"Costes?" I asked.

"Like the hotel...it's really an incredible scent. We spray it in the store and I spray it on myself," he explained.

This was a huge relief to gain validation that there just might be something to this whole room spray thing. It felt good to learn I wasn't alone. But of course I decided then and there that I NEEDED to smell like a Parisian hotel lobby. And so I added Costes to my fragrance wishlist.

And this led me to sniffing John Galliano's Essence. Yes, his Essence.

Diptyque Essence of John Galliano

 

Back in 2005 when John Galliano was at the height of his fashion career as head of Dior, avant garde fragrance and candle company Diptyque collaborated with Galliano and released his Essence to the world.

"And what exactly does John Galliano's Essence smell like?" you might be wondering.

"Russian leather, dark bark, mellow musks and dried herbs...a wild, sophisticated scent." - Diptyque

Ok, that might be true, but actually Essence of John Galliano offers a rich, smoky, resinous aroma that reminds me very strongly of this:

And I LOVE smelling like that! Imagine Donna Karan's Black Cashmere, but not as ambery, and mix in a little smoked tea and you'll get the general gist of Essence. Upon its launch in 2005, this product was incredibly popular and I remember people explaining that they were wearing the room spray as personal fragrance...and I also remember thinking, "Oh I've been doing that for years now." I mean, if others weren't being hospitalized after wearing an ambient fragrance, I reckoned that I was still within the confines of safe fragrance use. But this opened a Pandora's Box. At the time, Diptyque had a large number of fragrant room sprays that correlated to their larger collection of popular scented candles. The biggest surprise was that the cost of the room sprays was significantly less than the cost of the actual eau de toilette. And so I quickly became a wearer of Diptyque's tuberose, sandalwood and orange blossom room sprays; I bought all three for less than it would have cost to purchase a single 100ml EDT!

 

Voluspa Baltic Amber

So at this point you're probably either thinking I'm totally nuts or you're now intrigued and considering attempting the same. Well, let me introduce you to Voluspa, a brand that actively promotes their products for both room and body! Just look at that bottle and box - it says right on the label "Room & Body Mist"!

But of course this made me wonder if ALL room sprays were created equal; are Voluspa products different from many others in terms of safety for skin?

Launched in 1999 by Traci and Troy Arntsen of the USA, Voluspa (named after the mythical Viking story of Thor and Odin) started as a home-based candle company. But the popularity of their candles quickly grew and soon they expanded into home and body fragrances.

“Voluspa is truly affordable luxury. Our ingredients for fragrance are sourced globally and are on par with fine fragrance. Not your typical mid range candle fragrance. That is why we have such a cult and celebrity following for our scents.” - Troy Arntsen

What is most exciting about Voluspa's room and body sprays is their affordability; most range in price between $20-$25 USD for up to 3.8 oz sprays. One of my favorites is their Baltic Amber, a creamy vanilla and amber aroma that is one of the company's best sellers. The longevity and sillage are both excellent considering it doubles as a room spray. They are constantly launching new scents (and sadly retiring old ones). Take a look at my review of their Atelier Provence Lavender over HERE.

And this brings me to Milan.

Fornasetti Room Spray

While in Milan in the spring of 2016, Italian editor Lucia Remigi and I visited the showroom of Italian artist Fornasetti, now a brand that is quickly developing beyond home decor. We were invited to meet a brand representative to explore their candle, incense and room spray line. The first thing Lucia and I noticed upon entering the atelier was the intoxicating aroma wafting through the air - incense, spice, woods all greeted my nose.

We descended to the lower level and were given an introduction to the brand and the opportunity to sniff some of their beautiful products, all of which are contained on or accompanied by a porcelain container showcasing traditional Fornasetti designs. I immediately recognized the aroma that had earlier greeted me - the "Otto" aroma created by Olivier Polge:

FORNASETTI "OTTO"
Top: thyme, lavender.
Middle: orris, cedarwood.
Base: tolu balsam, incense, birch, labdanum

First I sampled Otto as a candle, next I sampled it as incense and finally I sniffed it as a room spray. I so enjoyed it that I asked our host if I might spray it on my skin, joking that I was a long time wearer of room sprays and asking why something so wonderful wasn't being launched as a personal fragrance. To my delight his response was that the room spray really wasn't any different from a personal fragrance in terms of ingredients (yes!!!) and that Fornasetti (the brand) was considering a number of additional creative projects such that there might be some interesting developments in the future.

Otto is one of three aromas, the other two being Giardino Segreto and Sole di Capri and refill bottles without the porcelain can be purchased at around $75 USD. I think I might have to splurge and make Otto my latest room spray acquisition.

So I hope I've maybe opened a door of curiosity for you when it comes to expanding your scented horizons. But I do have to stress that one should always consider ingredients and do a modest skin test with a small spray before lavishly dousing themselves in a much-loved room spray. I've also had luck with Annick Goutal, Creed and L'Artisan room sprays and can attest to their skin safety.

Now, I wonder if anyone has ever tried to wear incense or candles....

(Note: As of this writing, I am awaiting the arrival of Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier's Green room spray, an affordable find on a popular auction site!)

 

Have you ever worn a room spray? Tell us in a comment below!

 

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Dr. Marlen Elliot Harrison

Managing Editor & Columnist

Dr. Marlen Elliot Harrison’s journalism in the fragrance industry has appeared in international print and online publications such as PlayboyMen’s JournalMen’s Health and the New York Times. Marlen is also a regular contributor to BeautyAlmanac.com and works as a graduate professor, thesis advisor and faculty supervisor for MA programs in TESOL, Education, Writing and Literature. Learn more about Marlen by visiting www.MarlenHarrison.com.

 

 



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lvxifer
lvxifer

I wear and enjoy Castelbel Portus Cale Black Edition room spray.why not?wear what you want.

Jan
05
2017
pammbw
pammbw

Febreze packaging states that it is safe for fabrics, so I would assume spraying it on clothing is safe. If you like the scent, why not?

Jan
05
2017
weegee
weegee

Sun & Sand diffuser oil from Yankee Candle is THE BEST "summer at the beach" fragrance ever created. I use the room spray as it was intended because it neutralizes odors, but I put the diffuser oil in a small roller ball bottle and apply to my skin. Simply grand.

Dec
29
2016
Fonna2
Fonna2

LOL, now that is addicted......lol
I can see this happening, though.

I do on occasion use the perfume for room sprays.
In fact, I do that a lot.
I found it amazing how Cartier Baiser Voile really cleans the air.... and Je Reviens makes everything smell heavenly.....
I even dab a little Chanel on my cats after their grooming so they can go from room to room, like little traveling air fresheners~ My little Queens.~

I can say I'm addicted, too,
but it runs the other way.

Dec
29
2016
veda
veda

Oh, yes!
I have heard of this but I haven't find the one yet :)

Dec
29
2016
Suzybee
Suzybee

As always, a great write up, Dr. Harrison!

I received my first Room & Body Spray 20 years ago from a cousin who visited London. It was Marks & Spencer Lavender Mist which was both powdery and floral. I found it odd, at first, but used it mostly on myself. A couple of years ago, I found The Body Shop had a series of Room & Body Mists. Totally affordable at $10 and great for warm weather when I want something lighter.

Happy New Year!!

Dec
29
2016
ptilda
ptilda

I TOLD those SAs at The Body Shop that when they tried to convince me that their diffuser oils were a totally different kind of oil from their perfume (as in skin) oils, despite the same ingredients!

Dec
29
2016
laura710
laura710

This is amazing! I'm new to the world of perfumes, but this room spray thing could be a smart way to save quite a bit of money. I'm afraid this will start a new addiction :D

Dec
29
2016
Yourfoxiness
Yourfoxiness

New rabbit hole.. Poor wallet.

Nov
27
2016
karrieann
karrieann

A few years ago I was cruising ebay for L`Occitane Ambre and spied a bottle that looked different than the others. It came in a short squatty bottle but the price was quite nice. I bought it and when it arrived I saw that the box said, "Parfum pour la maison Home perfume". Oopsie!

The box also has the ingredients listed:
Alcohol, water, fragrance.

The very same ingredients in my other perfumes, just in a different order. My new to me Ambre Parfum pour la maison probably smells like Ambre Eau de Toilette, only less potent. Can't say for sure, as I've never tried the EDT but I can say the 'Home perfume' smells amazing on my skin.

I actually feel it was a big score to have made this little mistake. A beautiful discontinued fragrance for a lot less money than the EDT.

Nov
27
2016
Gwenz
Gwenz

I have a little sample spray of Antica Farmacista Prosecco room spray which I have worn on several occasions - it smells absolutely wonderful - light, crisp, fizzy fruit and champagne. Wearing it has done me no harm! Although it must be said that the same product is also made as a fragrance so I suspect there is not too much difference in the ingredients.
On the other hand, I also have a Crabtree & Evelyn Peony room spray, which I also wear but only by spraying directly on my clothes, as it contains 2 ingredients - Castor oil and methylchloroisothiazolinone which I know can cause irritation / sensitization on sensitive skin. Clothing seemed the safest route for this one. Still smells good though!

Nov
26
2016
thedivinemrsmiggins
thedivinemrsmiggins

I love this article and all the members stories underneath. I bought a bottle of Harrods perfume on eBay a few years ago, no one else had bid on it so it was a real bargain. I sprayed it on myself liberally when it arrived and was very pleased with the Champagne, Peach & Cassis smell in its very Chanel-style square bottle. It wasn't anything groundbreaking but it was interesting and very long lasting in summer. I later looked it up online and after much searching discovered -you've quessed it- it was actually a (discontinued) room spray, I couldn't stop laughing. I'm still wearing it occasionally and it still makes me smile and I'd certainly wear another good room spray if I loved it enough.~X~

Nov
05
2016
emyalda
emyalda

Im taking the leap into room sprays, i have tried so many good quality ones but never thought to wear them.
I've worn the wax from candles before but never room spray.

Nov
05
2016
ejtannster
ejtannster

^^^^ YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Nov
04
2016
Asinya
Asinya

Of course I do - mainly Black Phoenix Trading Post (Aphrodite Kypria, Okiya, and Down the Rabbit Hole)

You kinda have to do this if the scent you want isn't offered as ordinary perfume :)

Nov
03
2016
dorothea333
dorothea333

I don't know about using room sprays as perfume, but it seems, that they are made of the same ingredients as edt and edp - and if they don't contain anything harmful I can't see why not.
And I already checked out the website Sweetcakes recommended by Bibi Maizoon. Thanks.


Anyway - I enjoyed this article immensely, and I laughed really hard about the 'Takashimaya Experience'. I'm still giggling 8-)
Thank you for that too

Nov
02
2016
cdaleb73110
cdaleb73110

Ha ha fun to run across this article. I have a friend that always smelled so good but she would never ever tell me what she was wearing. Drove me crazy cause it was familiar but not. Then one night on the town she got quite tipsy and spilled her scent secret. She stated she bought a fancy atomizer and put Yanke Candle reed difusser oil in it with a touch of perfumers alcohol to thin it and there you have it. I admit I did look at her like she was bonkers but it worked for her quite well. Who would have thought.

Nov
02
2016
Purplegem
Purplegem

Well my current room spray would probably make some of you balk if you knew I officially used it as a fragrance on myself. I don't, but it actually smells like some perfumes. Floral. Oust 'clean' scent (blue bottle). Some of the droplets fall on me. It is meant to clear any smells though. It made me think though when I consider the price difference. I have also used body sprays like body shop pink grapefruit as room sprays as it's quite refreshing. They don't sound quite as high end as the items used by the person who wrote this article but interesting article.

Nov
02
2016
kati77
kati77

In '99 i had a pillow and room spray from coty Jasmine Therapy. I was a teenager and didnt have money to buy a real perfume.
Thanks for sharing Mr Marlen your story.

Nov
02
2016
Nouveau Nez
Nouveau Nez

My name is Br--- and I'm also a room sprayer. :) And have been for years. My faves are Essence of J. Galliano and Edition de Parfums "Russian Nights" - the latter reminds me of Dries Van Noten and it's fantastic!

Nov
01
2016
Tracyellen1619
Tracyellen1619

I haven't done it yet, but I certainly may start! Especially if anyone can tell me what scent is used at Sofitel hotels? Stayed in one last year and couldn't stop sniffing the air the whole time.

Nov
01
2016
ThatMakesScents
ThatMakesScents

A very good article.

I think many of us have thought the same thing. However you did not fully cover the safety issues if any in this article. I think it would be very helpful to the community if you did.

My mother uses amazing room sprays that I thought could pass as a cologne.

Again great article but please complete it by researching safety and report back.

Thank You

Nov
01
2016
SandraV
SandraV

Black Phoenix Trading Post makes wonderful atmosphere sprays that also smell great on your clothes and yes:a bit on the skin is nice.

Oct
31
2016
matty64
matty64

I've never sprayed Febreze intentionally on my skin, it's way too synthetic & sticky.

Oct
31
2016
sistermoon
sistermoon

L'erbolario Amber room fragrance is totally wearable for amber lovers!

Oct
31
2016
azcactusgirl
azcactusgirl

With all the incredible fragrances available today, why would anyone want to do this? I'm sure it is not a safe thing to do....there are probably chemicals and other things in these sprays that are not approved for use on the body. Even if your skin does not show damage, they still get absorbed through the skin, which is our biggest organ of our body.

As much as I love and adore fragrances, this is where I would draw the line....count me OUT on room spray!!

Oct
31
2016
MelissaJane1
MelissaJane1

Voluspa is great, also Dana Decker. But my favorite shower clean musky scent has to be Pottery Barn's Ocean room spray and oil diffuser. Yes I use both the oil and the room spray on my skin. Oh the horrors!!!! ;)

Oct
31
2016
mpbrown
mpbrown

I love the Baltic Amber body/room spray! I have been known to wear room sprays after I accidentally got some on myself once and it smelled so good. My favorite was Crabtree & Evelyn's Aberdeen Heather - it's been dc'd forever, but I loved it so much that it's been sort of a quest for years to find something similar. I was accidentally sent the room spray version of Al Rehab's Soft and I actually like it much more than the oil version. And people always comment on how good I smell after I burn incense as well. Thank you for this fun article making it okay to experiment with all sorts of fragrant items!

Oct
31
2016
rubinstein1
rubinstein1

How wonderful, Marlen! Many times I have felt lonely in a large group of people when stopping to smell the air of a luxury hotel or a lovely spa... The group carries on without taking a breath, and I'm left behind trying to memorise
the wonderful aroma :)!

Oct
31
2016
isanie
isanie

Good! I've wanted to do that for a long, long time but always feared it might give some allergic reaction or worse. But I already secretly suspected they weren't much different from regular perfume. So "Sacristy" from "True Grace", here I coooome!! Thanks for this article!

Oct
31
2016
Fragaria
Fragaria

Incense....yup! I've used a handful many times to drag through my hair and scent it! I rub it on my clothing and put it in dresser drawers to scent articles. Nag Champa and a very good sandalwood are favorites.

Oct
31
2016
Macassar
Macassar

i do it with Mizensir's " Palissandre des Indes" and "Mousse et Patchouli" or Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier :" Bois Precieux" or " Ambre du Nepal" ...i've been doing it for a long , long time, when i find a room spray that i like ....

Oct
30
2016
Bibi Maizoon
Bibi Maizoon

I've bought Diptyque's Philosykos room spray & used it as cologne for years. I love Diptyque's perfumes but they are so short lasting I don't feel they're worth the price.
There's a soapmaking supplies company online called Sweetcakes that makes incredible fragrance oil dupes for both the Costes scent & Fracas. I dilute them to make my own perfume & mix them in unscented lotion too.

Oct
30
2016
Islandaromatika
Islandaromatika

I still wear Agraria Bitter Orange room spray, despite there being a cologne version now. Its the same thing, perhaps not as strong, but hell...the price is SO much lower I can just re-apply!! Well done Marlen!! -Robert H.

Oct
30
2016
Erekose7
Erekose7

Wow, I was so apprehensive to admit that I was a fan of spraying my clothing with room sprays. This article really flipped that stigma and I feel great about it now.

Time to get out there and smell like Pumpkin Spice Latte with a pep in my step!

Oct
30
2016
HeidiLynn
HeidiLynn

Well count me as one intrigued and contemplating exploring room sprays as fragrance! I think this is creative, frugal genius; and really, beauty is beauty. Is this any different than turning a panel of wallpaper into framed art? Or putting jewelry on display in a cloche or crystal cake saver? And some of the fragrances sound wonderful!

Oct
30
2016
ssdreamer
ssdreamer

Fun post! I've yet to wear a room fragrance as a perfume but I've smelled some delicious scents that are for rooms that I would love to wear on my skin! I do the opposite at times as I sometimes use perfumes as room sprays!

Oct
30
2016
smellagent
smellagent

I have sprayed L'Occitane Amber home fragrance on my clothes and it smelled good.

Oct
30
2016
terryliciareed
terryliciareed

I've been using air fresheners for personal perfume for decades! Glad to know that I'm not alone. :-)

Oct
30
2016
Cybernoir
Cybernoir

Nest puts out some fragrances that are labeled for skin and for room sprays....

Oct
30
2016
kotunaplotu
kotunaplotu

I recommend a home fragrance of YAYA 'cotton' - made by the Dutch Company doing clothes for women. It smells like Armani White - it's a quite nice substitute of the discontinued production.

Oct
30
2016
mikasminion
mikasminion

I have wondered if the huge line of Diptyque room sprays was discontinued because so many people bought them instead of the perfumes. Every art and design student I knew did so. They were great for layering (basil + honey was my favorite) and the bottles are attractive.
L'Occitane room sprays were another popular line for wearing and the Fornasetti refills are wonderful but often sold out, as I expect them to be now that you've let the secret out.

Oct
30
2016
Angela Agiannidou
Angela Agiannidou

Hahahahaha, loved the article, many times I thought of wearing room spray myself but feared any skin reaction....I know, cowardy custard.....

Oct
30
2016
bibibling
bibibling

I use the Voluspa ones too! So incredibly good at such a great price. But until now I've always been paranoid about spraying on direct skin and just spray it on an old shirt or sweater instead (so if it ruins the fabric, no big loss.)

But since it now has the Dr. Marlen seal of approval, I think I'll try it on skin next time!

Oct
30
2016
drugstore classics
drugstore classics

Oh, Marlen, I can't tell you how you've made my day! I laughed and laughed.... and I'm still grinning ear to ear. :D

You see, I've long tested any room sprays before purchasing by spraying them on skin in the store! It has entered my head numerous times to use the same as body spray, but I never quite did it. Yes, some concern about safety occurred in my fragrance frenzied thoughts, but not much. Mostly I was simply annoyed that those darn room sprays didn't smell up to the job!

So in future, should I encounter any of the absolutely charming room sprays you've discovered, I will give it another go. SERIOUSLY, this is a brilliant idea of yours. Offbeat enough to suit even me..... ;)

Thanks for yet another Terrific article, complete with wacky delight!


PS - I too am a huge fan of fireplace aromas. My favorite to date would be the animalic, woody smoke bomb that is Dev #2 by Olympic Orchids. Genius!

Oct
30
2016
NebraskaLovesScent
NebraskaLovesScent

Not a room spray, per se, but I've run my fingertips across the tops of Voluspa and Votivo candles and then smeared that oily, melted wax on my skin to wear the scent.

(Which is kind of gross, now that I think about it...)

;-)

Oct
30
2016

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