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Scent Name:  Fairy Changeling

Manufacturer: Violette Market – The Lion and the Lamb: 2011 (Limited Edition)

Scent Description and Notes: “The offspring of a fairy, troll, or elf that has been secretly left in the place of a human child. A changeling could also be a stock, an enchanted piece of wood, that would soon appear to grow sick and die.

Sweet cream, delicate orange petals, white carnation, warm vanilla, spring violet, powder accord and iris-infused blankets wrapped around an ancient piece of cedarwood enchanted with Irish moss, white sandalwood, Hawthorn sprigs, and dusty elderberries” –https://scentbase.com/scents/Violette-Market/Fairy-Changeling/201105241612259433

Oil Color: A lightly diluted honey color.

Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 5ml imp size with a clear cap and tester.  The label is simply a white label with both the name of the scent and the company name hand-written on either side.


  • ITI:  It’s creamy, spicy, and floral all at the same time.  Interesting.
  • Wet: It certainly strikes me as magical for some reason.  I can pick up the sweet cream, carnation, sandalwood, orange petals, sweet dust, vanilla, and something that’s a bit spicy.  
  • Dry:  It’s still spicy and floral – alluring and enchanting.  I still can pick out the cream, carnation, sandalwood, vanilla, dust, and a little wood.  

Other Impressions: None.