When choosing your signature scent for summer, a fragrance that captures the essence of a beachy escape or tropical paradise may be the obvious choice. But if you, like us, are craving intimate experiences after two years of wanting for social connection, might we suggest opting for something earthy and smoky instead? This scent profile, like that of Costa Brazil Aroma Eau de Parfum, feels more personal. With notes of white jungle flora, patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, and amber accords, the unisex fragrance is—all at once—sensual, sophisticated, and seasonally appropriate.
As with all items from the sustainable beauty brand, ingredients and inspiration for the fragrance come from founder and former fashion designer Francisco Costa’s Brazilian roots and travels.
Aroma was designed with the scent of Breu, a natural resin that grows deep in the Amazon, in mind. According to Costa Brazil, the ingredient has been used in healing ceremonies to enhance peace of mind, focus, and balance.
The scent is bold, heady almost, without overpowering. It commands attention. Yet its earthy quality imparts a subtlety that enhances the wearer’s natural essence.
Inhale the scent for a meditative moment. When you close your eyes, it’s easy to imagine you’ve been transported to the heart of the jungle, surrounded by the same verdant magic that spurred Costa to build the beauty brand. The woody and musky notes deepen as you wear Aroma, imparting an even more sensory experience—a perfect companion for summer nights you don’t want to end.
Further setting Aroma apart in the fragrance field is its sustainability factor. You’ll appreciate that the bottle is not just refillable, but made from glass and eco-friendly white ash with a handsome red oak finish. The formula features sustainably sourced ingredients and is free of parabens, phthalates, mineral oil, and artificial colorants.
Long-wearing, mood-boosting, and unexpected, there’s no question that Aroma is your perfect signature summer fragrance.
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