May 3, 2011

Thann Solid Perfume - Passion (Review)

A new way to indulge your mind and spirit throughout the day, Thann's light yet highly potent balm is designed to accommodate the need of city dwellers or those who need to travel light, with contemporary packaging designed for easy accessibility.
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Thann solid perfumes come packaged in a cute small round tin and an adorable pouch to carry it around in.

Thann solid perfume review passion reviews ingredients organic natural fragrance

Passion is one of the two solid perfumes available and has notes of jasmine and bergamot.  The smell is very rounded, no extra sharp sweetness, and the smell stays the same as it gradually fades over 2-3 hours.

Use:  Thann Passion Solid Perfume is designed to be massaged into the temple pulse points (neck, wrist, chest or behind the ears), excellent as fragrant touch-up anytime of the day to keep you feeling fresh and rejuvenated.

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What I like about this:  The smell, obviously - I loved it.  A dab of it on my wrists gives just the right amount of fragrance without ever being overbearing.  That along with the pretty packaging has ensured this small round tin finds a permanent home in my bag :)

What I didn't like:  The limited availability in India - no online shopping option, either.  Thann stores in Bangalore:  UB City and Zela, Richmond Road.


Ingredients:

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Thann Solid Perfume Passion Cost:  Rs. 980/15 g

I know perfumes are a very personal choice, but if you travel a lot, do give this a try - a bit of calm and freshness in the city madness.


Related Post:  Thann Sea Foam Aromatherapy Salt Scrub


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64 comments:

  1. Looks really nice..never heard of solid perfumes before...quite innovative na!! :D

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  2. You forgot L'Occitane solid perfumes??!!

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  3. I never checked them out!! :| :| :|

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  4. this looks so cuteeeee...looks very similar to the lipbalm :D..
    ..how was lush stick ??

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  5. They were a mixed bunch, Priya...hated one particular smell - Lust, I think...like ewwwwwwww hate...I kind of could tolerate the rest...kind of liked one..but not sure if I really would want to buy any of those...I like perfumes to be more rounded..those were like wayyyy too raw smells for me..if that makes sense :|

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  6. Oh me only new of L'Occitane also now TBS launched some solid perfumes...the problem i find is that the thing what attract me most to them is always the packaging not the fragrance =/

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  7. I liked this one because it actually stayed on me. Probably because of all the oils. Most perfumes don't last on me too long.. :|

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  8. TBS has solid perfumes? Me not seen...

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  9. TBS ??? me not seen toooo ....
    i know wht u mean by raw smells....they were def no for me...

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  10. Yea Radsu me went so eager to get the L'Occitane one but it stayed on my wrist like not even 20 mins =/ me got disappointed...

    I saw the TBS solid perfums here in HYD from their permanent fragrances...around 600 rupees i guess

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  11. I got sample vials of two of those - but I don't know where I will use them :| Cos I keep wondering, even if I kind of tolerate them, someone near me might wonder what the smell is :|

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  12. 20 minutes????? Debbbb...you have to have to try Thann ones then..if you see it at some airport or if you come to Bangalore..I loved it from the first time I sniffed it :D I don't know if you will like the smell..I hope you do...but it stays on a while.

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  13. Never heard of solid perfumes :( Or maybe I don't remember :P

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  14. Heheee..Maha!! Naaah..I think first time I heard of solid perfumes was when I saw one at a Lush store.

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  15. Boy, do I have a solid perfume recommendation for you - try One Hand Washes The Other perfumes! http://www.artfire.com/users/OneHandWashesTheOther

    I love their solids, one 'cos they come in easy to apply tubes and two 'cos they last a good 6 hours on me!

    There is also a mind boggling list of fragrance choices here - http://ohwto.blogspot.com/.

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  16. Oh wowww..never heard of these...6 hours is quite good, isn't it?

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  17. 6 hours Ki?? that is awesome...I would try something like that, is it available only online??


    Radsu me feeling like trying a peel on my face...you did it once right?? how did you find it? :|

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  18. i also want a peel..... peel for dry skin...pls recommend...am so bored...removing peel is going to be so much fun :P

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  19. I have tried peels a couple of times, Deb - you do mean the chemical peels, right? I have done them at Kaya, and the staff there can get a bit pushy if you let them be. Otherwise, it was an okay experience. I don't know if I would go get one now - that time had some acne problem and wanted to try something new from the useless facials. Now my skin is relatively clear, and I don't feel like doing a chemical treatment on my skin :| Oh and don't go for peels before you are traveling or something...if you get a skin reaction it would be a pain naaa...:|

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  20. Oh you two meant face mask peels :| :| :| Me die of shame now :| Err..I tried Himalayas..liked it..but it does hurt a bit while taking it off..not a big deal..but chotu bit..I liked it :D Sasta and works :D

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  21. You don't like the sheet masks - they are very good for dry skin types..and no mess :D

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  22. Only online :) I am really into indie companies so I know all these little ones that aren't so popular in India, but a rage in the us... try googling it, you'll see reviews :) only $4 a tube and lasts ages on the skin!

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  23. hehe...am sure deb meant kaya peel...and i meant home peel :P
    i am not getting these sheet masks...i checked them out all places..except spar ofcourse..not gone there...
    Saw TBS sheet masks and for 6 sheets..it was some 2k...so i say bye to it and cm home

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  24. Ki - :D :D :D is time I rediscovered my good friends in the US :D

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  25. No no not TBS, Priya. I used Ponds..is around 350 for a pack of 7. Those are the ones I have Jomol - those are nice to try out once in a while :D

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  26. arre they'll ship to india also, without any problems! :D

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  27. ya..i want to try those..but not finding them closer home...will check spar next am there...

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  28. I didn't know they are so difficult to find, Priya! Most people dont seem to be too aware of their existence :D

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  29. I would never recommend a company that didn't ship to you! :)

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  30. Naaah..is okay for me. I can get things from US/Canada :D :D

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  31. :)
    just reading that Dia Mirza has been appointed brand ambassador of Body Shop

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  32. You know the funny part..someone on FB commented "but does she use products from Bodyshop..I don't think so"

    The TBS guys must have wanted to say so many things, but they very politely informed she does :D

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  33. show off! :P

    I can get things from anywhere if they ship :D

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  34. Ki - I didn't say WHEN, did I? :D :D :D Paid shipping is faster...friend transport tends to take a lot of time getting to my home :D

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  35. true :D btw, just realised ohwto will close for perfume orders on 15th! sorry :P the owner is moving and will reopen in july :D

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  36. No Rads, I meant chemical peels only o.O

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  37. And I truly dislike Kaya Skin Clinic, first for the way on treating customers and second cause their skincare line is of no use and very expensive so such a second class product..just saying...

    I went there for a consultation once and wouldn't go back again...so dont know about their peels and all...

    I want something to get rid of sun damage, and I am studying the options and something not so painful...because I don't want to use some topical like hydroquinine that doctors here usually prescribe and in my country its a banned carcinogenic formula =/

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  38. I think most ppl have problems with Kaya because of that, Deb. And I don't understand why ppl sign up for packages with them - try out something, if you like only then sign, na!! You don't do anything for the sun damage, Deb - as in, nothing drastic like a peel or anything. Just get a nice nourishing face mask, use your regular sunblock, and let time heal it out. You get some peel-off face mask if you want - I feel skin looks fresher after those.

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  39. I don't know why people continue to use it knowing it's a carcinogen..or probably many don't know. I would rather stay tanned :|

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  40. Deb - have you tried besan-tomato or besan-curd face pack? My friend says it works great at getting rid of a tan.

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  41. Ha Rads I agree, I didnt like i didnt sign that's it...no way ever a pushy person is going to make me buy or do anything, do it if you want...also if you waste money later do not blame on the beautician right??

    I am trying to heal it out only beta, and was thinking of doing it while in Europe on winter never here in India, as my skin type is 2 it might scar me...still studying...thanks for the info...

    I wanted to know if you found it helped for your need, and if it was painful :|

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  42. Please send it to me Radhika. :D :D I want to try loccitance solid perfumes since we dont have than here. :(( The packaging is damn cute.. not flashy .. simple and very homely. :))

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  43. Oh I will try the besan curd thing and will let you know :D but I think it will be no effect on discoloration na...everywhere i read they say that only peels peels work :(

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  44. It didn't pain at all, Deb. I do have sensitive skin, and the upper lip area I had a bit of a burning sensation but they just wiped off the peel from there and it helped. However, this was at the first visit when the peel was left on for a very minimum period..I forgot the exact time...definitely less than 5 minutes. They increase the time period with each setting. I felt my skin looked healthy and liked the result the first time. The other times, though, I didn't like it so much, and my skin dried out quite a bit too. It also burned more. I personally think they should have stuck to the first mild peel for my skin type instead of increasing the duration. I tried the salicylic acid peel - for acne-prone skin. For drier skins the doc recommended lactic acid peel. They have different kinds of peels..I have only tried these two. A bit of burning, especially in the more sensitive areas of face - no pain - burning went off soon as they removed the peel.

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  45. Ya I have read that too, Deb. That marks don't go unless you do peels. I have had BAD marks on my face - major acne attack plus zero sun protection - and over time they have reduced A LOT. But without any drastic measures, it's a gradual process. I have uneven skin too, because of old acne, and that I don't think will get smooth without peels..but I am okay with it :D

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  46. Rati - I would get it for you if I go near a Thann store some time..

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  47. you are being so nice to me Radiga. :P :P My phone has no paisa.. I'll recharge it and call you today. :-*

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  48. Radigaaaaaaaa :hunterwali: Me send you mail..you check..is not urgent :P

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  49. i have heard about l'occitane solid perfumes but then never tried them...they are not available here in my city

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  50. I haven't tried them either, Varshini, though they are available here :D

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  51. radha rani... i hav a super silly question for u...
    how do we pronounce this word " thann "
    :|

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  52. Not silly.....a certain Mr. Rads told me is thannn..like in body :P :P but I have saying "Thaaaaaaannn" like Thailand ka Thaaaaaaaa.....okay I do hope nobody reads my comment :|

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  53. And you didnt read my previous review..I dedicated a disclaimer justttttt for you :P

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  54. You tempt me with all these and say they are not available in your place :spank: :spank:

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  55. Dont you complain!!! Choc pizza ..choc sauce...choc goodness knows what else!!!!

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  56. me still not clear... :| detail it more O(:-)

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  57. Rads, this solid perfume concept is something new to me, haven't heard about this!
    The only concept I know of perfume is the "phuss phuss" wala perfume hee hee :D :P

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  58. Phusphussss perfume!!! :D :D That's the best description I have ever read! :D :D :D

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  59. i hateeeee youuuuu !!!! me also want bada sa courier now.... i didnt commet on that one cos is purana post naa... but me HATES you ..
    i also wannt green danglers :((
    and hmmmphhhhh !!! me got hot pink wala also .. pom pom ballerinas ..
    and me got your mail :)) err... too lazy to sign in again and reply so telling you here :| :| :|

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  60. You saw that post now?????!!! Green danglers are so pretty, aren't they? :P :P :P Ohhhh want to see the pompom ballerinas..send photeeeeeeees some time...mail..okay I sent you more than one mail..but I know you saw most of them :P

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