When Sephora sent me a gift card, right before my birthday, in appreciation for being a VIB Rouge member, I thought, okay I'm going to use it on something luxurious. After sampling Tom Ford's Neroli Portofino perfume, I figured the gift card could help offset the cost of the Neroli Portofino Body Oil, since I'm a major oil product freak. However, it was slightly disappointing for the reasons I mention below, so back to Sephora it went. CS was nice enough to let me keep my points though. Stay Beautiful! XOXO

Vibrant. Sparkling. Transportive. This scent perfectly captures the cool breezes, sparkling clear water, and lush foliage of the Italian Riviera. His reinvention of a classic eau de cologne features crisp citrus oils, surprising floral notes, and amber undertones to leave a splashy yet substantive impression. Notes:Tunisian Neroli, Italian Bergamot, Sicilian Lemon, Winter Yellow Mandarin, Orange Flower, Lavender, Rosemary, Amber

Formula: The oil formula is amazing. It has a light golden hue and such a sheer viscosity to it, it's almost like air. And the fact that it melts instantly into the skin and smells exactly like the perfume -- but not as strong -- are added benefits. However, the moment you put it on your skin, the scent dissipates. POOF! It's gone. Unbelievable. I have drugstore body oil that lasts all day and costs under $20. I also have to mention, the cheapie plastic bottle that drips, is a turn off. This is not what I would expect from the TF brand. Not at all. Oh well. I would still purchase the perfume in the future because it smells like a modern take on an old fashioned heavenly fresh citrus cologne.

Availability: Sephora, Tom Ford Neroli Body Oil, $70 8.5 ounce


  1. Sorry it was such a fail. I was close to buying the body oil to compliment the neroli perfume <3

  2. I know. The perfume smells divine! XOXO


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