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Virtue Christian Religious Perfume

Heaven Scent: A Fragrance for the Faithful

Have you ever smelled your perfume and thought, "This just isn't godly enough?" You're in luck, because Virtue is a an absolutely divine fragrance. No, really. The perfume is "scent from the Bible" and is, as far as I know, the world's only Christian fragrance.

Virtue's notes come from plants and oils mentioned in the Bible; some of the things you'll smell are fig, pomegranate, cinnamon, frankincense, and myrrh. And as Virtue's creators put it, you'll smell just heavenly:

"In practically all religions and Spiritual practices, persons of high spiritual attainment are known to give off a fragrance, attributed to their Virtue. Christ, many of the Saints, and numerous others with highly developed spirituality, are, historically, known to have given off such a fragrance."

Lord knows how Virtue smells, because at $80 a bottle, it's a little too expensive for me to try out on blind faith alone. Think you'd give it a sniff, or do you think the idea reeks of sacrilege?

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ChristinaMUFE ChristinaMUFE 8 years
HAHA. This just proves how far people are willing to go to make a buck. I always felt weird selling Amazing Grace, even though that's a little different!
superjules superjules 8 years
I think if you tell ignorant sheep to buy something that will make them "more virtous/holy", they will definitely buy it.
roseate roseate 8 years
"Sounds like religion jumping on the dollar train to me." agreed.
roseate roseate 8 years
"Sounds like religion jumping on the dollar train to me."agreed.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 8 years
Doesn't God have a hand in all perfumes? I mean he supposedly made everything. Sounds like religion jumping on the dollar train to me.
Arias101 Arias101 8 years
quick question - will this happen to other religions? Like can I get a Muslim or Buddhist scent - I find this hilarious
emalove emalove 8 years
I'm with Bailaoragaditana...no thanks!
ranksubjugation ranksubjugation 8 years
Hm, frankincense and myrrh don't really say "smellin-of-virtue" to me. I imagine virtue to smell more like nucar and manilla envelopes.
iHeartU83 iHeartU83 8 years
Wow...its worth a shot i guess. Kinda skeptical about it being a Christian brand fragrance. What makes this so Christ-like?
Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
I prefer cosmetics that promote temptation, thanks.
mckena mckena 8 years
i want to smell it!
mckena mckena 8 years
i want to smell it!
LilyBiscuit7 LilyBiscuit7 8 years
I think I'll try it. I actually like the spicy aroma at church! This is hopefully a subtle blend :o)
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 8 years
No thanks. I mean, (expensive) Christian-branded cosmetics?? Get real, please.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 8 years
No thanks. I mean, (<i>expensive</i>) Christian-branded cosmetics?? Get real, please.
em1282 em1282 8 years
I can't even handle the incense that my (Catholic) church burns(which I know contains frankincense) during the holidays. It smells nice in small doses, but in perfume? Not for me...
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