Baxter of California add two new California-Impressed scents to perfume assortment

Baxter of California have launched two new California-inspired fragrances, Valley Mist and Canyon Incense. Baxter say “These new fragrances seize the landscapes and aromas which might be synonymous with the state – Valley Mist, impressed by the state’s huge orchards situated within the low fertile grounds between mountains, and Canyon Incense, impressed by the recent scents within the winding canyons throughout the state.”

“We’re so excited to share our new fragrances with the general public,” says Jose Figueroa, Affiliate Model Supervisor of Baxter of California, “Pacific Hashish has been such a staple scent for our shoppers, and we’re elated to attach with a good wider fragrance-loving viewers with the addition of Valley Mist and Canyon Incense to our perfume assortment.”

Valley Mist is a daytime scent impressed by the morning mist of the fertile grounds and orchards in Southern California’s valleys. The recent zest of the breeze contrasts with the sun-drenched sweetness of the fruit on the bushes. The perfume opens with bergamot, lemon and ocean mist. The recent coronary heart notes embody fir needle, pine needles and jasmine leaf, and the perfume finishes with base notes cypress tree, driftwood and sheer musk.

Canyon Incense is a nighttime scent impressed by the cooler, brisker air discovered within the twists and turns of the state’s canyon landscapes. This leafy, woodsy scent blends into the spicy heat of the fading solar. This scent opens with notes of bergamot, nutmeg and apple peel. Earthy coronary heart notes embody canyon rock, amber mist and tonka bean, and the scent is rounded out with a base of guaiac wooden, crimson cedar and sandalwood.

Baxter of California are not any stranger to fragrances, launching their first scent, Bravado within the Seventies, after which following that up with Bravado 2 and three in 2009.

Baxter of California’s Valley Mist and Canyon Incense fragrances can be found in 3.4 fl. oz/100 mL bottles at and retailers together with Ulta, Macy’s and Amazon.