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Contest Alert: Demeter Fragrance Library Asks, What Does NYC Smell Like?

Do you love the fresh smell of laundry and baby powder, the earthy smell of dirt, or the sweet aroma of Jolly Rancher candy?

Then the Demeter Fragrance Library has a scent for you. With 250 odd-and- elegant fragrances inspired by real life objects and experiences, Demeter maximizes the bond between scent and sense memory.


For those who prefer natural notes, Demeter Fragrance Library offers the "Demeter Naturals" collection with six fragrances (lilac, rose, lavender, geranium, patchouli, and mimosa). All of the natural fragrances are made with 100 percent natural essential oils and alcohol naturally fermented from corn, and contain no artificial color.  They're affordably priced from $7.99 to $29.00 are are available online.

Now that I've piqued your interest, you can enter to win not one, but 90 Demeter Fragrance Library scents. Demeter's Scents in the City contest asks, "What Does NYC Smell Like?"

I ask myself that every day and the answer isn't usually pleasant.  But try your luck by going to the Demeter Fragrance Library Facebook page.  To enter, visit the Demeter Fragrance Library Facebook's event tab and share your answer in the comments section with a brief explanation why you think your suggestion is the quintessential New York City scent.


One grand prize winner will be awarded with all 90 scents in new product displays inside Duane Reade Look Boutiques throughout New York City, and a new signature NYC scent will be based on the winning entry.  


An additional 50 second place prize winners will be selected at random from all Facebook entries and will receive the first Demeter Scents in the City Fragrance. 

Don't delay, the contest ends Thursday, August 19th at 11:30 p.m. Click here for official rules.

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