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Re: I can't decide if I like the Philosophy Fresh Cream TSV. Hmmm......

OP it took me a while (several days) to decide that I really liked Fresh Cream, give it a couple of days to grow on you, if you don't like it I'd send it back.

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Registered: ‎09-19-2010

Re: I can't decide if I like the Philosophy Fresh Cream TSV. Hmmm......

Thanks, everyone. I really like the shower cream. I think the spray is growing on me. The lotion is okay but in very small amounts, as I do find it to be a very strong scent...too strong. But it does settle down. I will keep the set and hope to enjoy it.

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Re: I can't decide if I like the Philosophy Fresh Cream TSV. Hmmm......

Yes, one would have to pay return shipping.

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Re: I can't decide if I like the Philosophy Fresh Cream TSV. Hmmm......

I liked the fragrance of Fresh Cream hand lotion when I first bought it. However, I am mostly done with "vanilla" fragrance in practically anything, including candles.

The Fresh Cream hand lotion went sour within about six weeks. I had to throw it out.

I like the blackberry, cherry fragrances in Philosophy and would buy more if it was less expensive. I'm sure I would like the raspberry scent too. I seem to gravitate more to the fruity fragrances in anything Philosophy sells . . . but again, I haven't bought anything from them in a long, long time.

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Re: I can't decide if I like the Philosophy Fresh Cream TSV. Hmmm......

our batch smells like vanilla pudding. {#emotions_dlg.sad} i don't like it at all.

i have always loved fresh cream, so i'm very disappointed with the tsv.

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