Paper Moon

Brand: Sixteen92

Scent Description: Soft vanilla musk, benzoin, oakmoss, trailing ivy, peach blossom, rose.

Released: Summer 2015

8 thoughts on “Paper Moon”

  1. Beautiful soft scent, but it’s so low throw unfortunately it makes it hard to get much unless you press your face to your wrist

  2. This scent is so soft and lovely. Unfortunately not very strong, but wonderful in a subtle way. The musk and oakmoss are what I notice the most, with the peach blossom adding floral sweetness to it. A little woody but not too much to overpower the florally musk. I love this scent.

  3. This is more peach blossom than a fruit, not juicy or sticky. Very green and creamy with a shot of sweet rose and peach. There’s a tiny dry “kick” to it now that i’ve had it a few months, I’m not sure what it is. Reminds me of sitting in a garden in the morning.

  4. I’ve tried this over 5 times for a year and a half. It just doesn’t work for me. The peach reminds me of cat shampoo and my skin seems to amp the peach blossom and overpower all the other notes.

  5. Delicate greenery and a slightly more sophisticated sweetness from the peach and vanilla. I had to let this one rest for a while before I found it wearable as it smelled pretty flat for the first month. I feel like I should enjoy this one a lot more than I do, given the notes. I think it might be the combination of benzoin and peach blossom that just transforms oddly on my skin. I do like this one a lot more on the dry down when the moss and green notes develop a bit and the sweetness mellows out.

  6. Pretty sweet! I’m getting a lot of peach, vanilla and moss. An unusual combination but a lovely one! Worked very well on me. It’s one of my go-to’s when I need to feel presentable and inoffensive. It’s pretty peach heavy for me, but due to the moss it’s not one of those sugary, candylike scents.

  7. Paper Moon is often a favourite, but it didn’t work for me. This is quite sweet and a tiny bit fruity. There’s some wonderful complexity in this blend. Unfortunately, benzoin reminds me of medicine and it’s a death note for me!

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