Philosophy Unconditional Love

Oh, Philosophy. In the ad copy for Unconditional Love, Philosophy entreats us, “Never forget that we are at our best when we learn to love at our greatest capacity. Treasure the fact that real love stories never end.” Somebody over at Philosophy has been watching a little too much Princess Bride.

Just kidding, y’all. There’s no such thing as too much Princess Bride.

Philosophy reminds me of the girl we all knew in high school who had to imbue her every action with deep, momentous meaning. This girl can be easily identified by her frequent use of the phrase, “It was, like, so real.” Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, and sometimes perfume is just about smelling good.

There’s certainly no deeper meaning to Unconditional Love. Unconditional Love is basically another Philosophy fragrance, the blackberry scent Falling in Love, with an overlay of vanilla and lemon notes. Falling in Love is slightly fresher and more aquatic, while Unconditional Love is a little warmer. The end result smells something like the world’s lowest-calorie lemon pound-cake. Unconditional Love is a very light, simple, and pleasant fragrance, perfect for those days when you need a break from more complex, intellectual perfumes.

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