Rentless Lush

4.10 из 5
(10 отзывов)

Rentless Lush

Rated 4.10 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

Rentless Lush for women and men of Lush

SKU:  32d9cd3913b1 Perfume Category:  . Fragrance Brand: Notes:  , , , , , , , , .


Escape the banality of everyday life. Wear this empowering fragrance in the form of earthy, mellowed out patchouli brought to life with bright grapefruit oil and the vanilla-like creamy sweetness of tonka absolute. The power of positive thinking awaits…

Rentless was launched during the 2010’s.

10 reviews for Rentless Lush

  1. :

    4 out of 5

    Bold, mysterious, earthy, spiritual, strangely addictive unisex scent. I love LORD OF MISRULE shower cream and this is the closest I can get to having a fragrance version of it. I only got the 30ml EDP because I already own too much perfume. Besides, I figured that this is one of those fragrances you either love or hate, so I wouldn’t dare wear it to work or when I’m meeting a person for the first time. I have to say I LOVE RENTLESS. I ended up spraying a tiny bit on one of the stone sniffers they have beside the tester bottles in store… and holy, I was impressed with the longevity because I can still smell it on my hand 8 hours later. (To think I didn’t even spray it directly on my hand). I couldn’t stop sniffing my fingers, so I ran back to the store and got myself a 30ml bottle.
    Rentless is a sweet, woody, patchouli bomb. It draws you in. If you enjoy Thierry Mugler’s Angel, there’s a big chance you’ll like this.

  2. :

    3 out of 5

    this fragrance is MASSIVE. Bold, long lasting and sweet/musky/smoky. It is truly wonderful. This big bottle is going to last me years as 1-2 sprays smells strong for days on end. No exaggeration. Like a sweeter/smokier tabacco vanilla by Tom Ford – with a patchiouli note. Now this should have been called F*cking Fabulous!

  3. :

    5 out of 5

    Wearing Rentless, I fill myself like fairy from Cinderella fairytale. Smell like magic stick. Love it!

  4. :

    5 out of 5

    I sprayed on this perfume on a July day in Louisiana. Do any of you of a certain age remember playing with Strawberry Shortcake dolls? Did you have the Purple Pieman, the villain whose only crime(?) was making pies? I loved the way that doll smelled. Today Rentless smells like that. I know I also said that when I reviewed Aquolina Blue Sugar, but I get it from Rentless too. Lovely sweet spices!

  5. :

    3 out of 5

    Really fragrantica sometimes I wonder where do you catch notes in perfumes. The main note of this one is clearly patchouli. To be honest, this is a patchouli-based fragrance with tonka, labdanum and so on.

  6. :

    3 out of 5

    The notes pyramid as of April 2018 is missing the main note, patchouli. Rentless is nice but definitely for lovers of patchouli and deep hikes into the woods. Smells like Christmas trees. This absolutely makes me think of the holidays, tramping out into the woods looking for that giant pine tree to haul back home.

  7. :

    5 out of 5

    Glad this finally made it to the database.
    This is a warm, mature, gourmand scent that’s perfect for the cool weather. Starts off with a fresh blast of citrus accords then settles down to the warm spicy base held together with a soft leather note. In fact, the dry down reminds me a bit of A*Men, but softer.
    It has impressive longevity and projection.
    IMO, Rentless is Lush’s best offering and I’m definitely buying a backup bottle.

  8. :

    3 out of 5

    A slow and strangely enjoyable death by sticky-pine-sap-patchouli. …
    To my nose this is a rich, super-naturalistic fougere with patchouli and other elements combining to stand in for the oakmoss.
    A generous dose of sweet and comforting coumarin, plenty of sticky leather labdanum, mossy, very green and woody patchouli, a hint of herbal lavender, a lick of natural liquorice and an uplifting zesty infusion of grapefruit peel.
    Rentless reminds me of the aromas of newly sawn pine trees and rubbing my fingers on the gummy underside of freshly unfurled fern leaves.
    It’s a walk in a slightly surreal evergreen forest, where the dark emerald vegetation crushed underfoot is pungent, sweet and larger than life.
    Heady, fulsome, earthy, verdant and bittersweet. I imagine it to have been whipped up by a Shakespearean apothecary.
    Tenacious longevity and it is strong, the first time I wore this I overdid it with the spritzing and it nearly killed me – I felt as though the ferns were curling themselves around me, sticking to me, squeezing. The forest floor had taken on a treacly quicksand quality and was sucking me into its green viscous depths.
    I really like it.
    p.s. I’m not usually into layering perfumes but this works well with dark rose scents – it’s good under Miller Harris rose en noir (which is perfectly beautiful on its own, by the way) – it adds a green, herbaceous mulch and the grapefruit zest keeps the rose lively for longer.

  9. :

    5 out of 5

    Patchouli needs to be added to the perfume notes pyramid!

  10. :

    5 out of 5

    Tried this as a solid. Remarking on it, one friend said, “Occult shop incense.” Another said, “Pickles.”

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