A New lncense Pure Review, and A Bottle Update
A very nice review of Incense Pure was posted yesterday on I Smell Therefore I Am. Thanks Abby! I’m so glad people are enjoying the natural character of this scent.
I received my samples of the 2 ml vial sprays. They spray well but are hard to assemble, so I’m trying various tactics. I have another vial option that is also glass and not as pretty but easier to assemble and still spray well. Something I learned about these little sprays is that you can’t try a partial or small squirt or they just drip. As long as you push a full spray they work well. (If you want a small controlled application it’s better to use the dabber vials.)
I’m probably going to upgrade to a slightly more complex cap press to ensure repeatable results. The one I’ve been testing works but takes a lot of practice and has a learning curve. If I get one with more controls on it I will be able to have others use it and it’ll be more reliable for me too. Wish I could have been testing these machines while waiting for the bottles, but I only had one sample bottle. It’ll all work out, but it will be a bit longer before l’m ready to put the new bottles out.
Meantime I’m working on the labels too. I’ve decided on the design and am working out the materials for them.
Last weekend I cut quite a few dozen roses from the garden to bring in the house. The first bloom is always a treat. We’re back to rain today, but it should clear up before May Day for the parade in the little town where I grew up. The school kids dress up in costumes and after the parade the girls do a Maypole dance and prizes are awarded for best costumes. It’s cute. 🙂
It’ll be time to get out those spring scents we were talking about for May Day!
A few dozen roses?!? I am so jealous! No roses here for another few weeks at least. Freezing last night! I just read Abigail’s review; she did a great job and I feel that she captured the essence of Incense Pure.
Hi Donna, thanks! The roses are great, though wet and droopy in the rain today. They start early here but slow down mid summer when it’s really hot. You’ll have yours before you know it! 🙂 April is late for freezes, though even we were having frost quite late this year too.