Scent Name: Eyeball Seaboar Alchemy Lab
Manufacturer: Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab – BPAL Anniversary: Sweet Sixteen
Scent Description and Notes: “Scratched at the last minute on the advice of our legal counsel, who was afraid people might misunderstand and pour the perfume directly into their eyes. “For External Purposes Only Seaboar” just doesn’t have the same ring to it.
White sandalwood, sweet patchouli, sea salt, Italian bergamot, and honey.” -https://blackphoenixalchemylab.com/shop/winter-collection/sweet-sixteen/eyeball-seaboar-alchemy-lab/
Oil Color: The color of melting snow.
Bottle Design and Artwork: This is a standard 1/32 ml imp that has been decanted for me by Yowahoshihime. Her label features the scent notes and her decanter information on the back. The front has the name of the scent and company name along with the label art, which is as below:
- ITI: I’m taking a risk with the honey note here, so my fingers are crossed that this works out. Upon opening the imp, I get the distinct impression of honeyed wine. Upon closer examination, the almost floral essence of the sandalwood, very sweet patchouli, honey, and salt are a bit more intriguing than my nose could initially appreciate. It reminds me of a sweeter, honeyed, and slightly more resinous version of Lush’s Luxury Pud (similar warm tone and roundness to the scent).
- Wet: Salted patchouli and honeyed, warm sandalwood dance merrily together on my skin, while the bergamot adds a delightful floral tone that seems to flit around the edges of the main notes. It’s rather pleasant, honestly.
- Dry: Musky, salted patchouli with the floral from the bergamot lingers on my skin several hours after application. It even has decent through of about 1″ after 4 hours.
Other Impressions: “Peach cream?” – Tony