Jane Langdon decided to make and sell her own perfume because she had to say goodbye, old friend to her favorite Crabtree & Evelyn scent. It was a rose perfume (hence the company name House of Rose), and her fragrance became so popular that friends and family began requesting more scents.
When her teenage sons approached her asking for some fun scents, she decided to survey teenagers countrywide for ideas and opinions. Some time later she launched a line called Scent Bent FUN Fragrances just for them. And although some schools are considering banning fragrances, that won't keep teenagers away from these.
This teen collection now includes 29 flavors such as Baby Powder, Peach, Bubble Gum, Lemonade and Dreamsickle. What's cool about these perfumes is that they are alcohol-free, so they last twice as long as other perfumes.
Also, they contain lab certified human pheromones, which are chemicals we emit that trigger a response from the opposite sex. Lastly, the hip and colorful graphics on the bottles are geared toward teens. Each fragrance costs $65. Samples, as well as full-sized products, can be purchased online. For a complete list of Scent Bent FUN Fragrances,