Chanel Coco Perfume Free Sample
This is one of my favorite perfumes, it’s a free sample of Chanel Coco Perfume. You get sent the free sample through the mail and it comes in the mail in a small .05 oz spray vial.
I absolutely love the smell of this perfume, but it’s just so expensive, getting a free sample is really quite a treat. I do have to admit something though, I tried ordering many through different family members in my home and ended up getting an email from the Chanel sample department telling me that if I continued I would not get any samples at all. So I quietly take my one sample and I’m very thankful, hehe.
As some of you already know, I’m super crazy about Chanel and anything to do with them. I just love Chanel. There are some of their products that I don’t absolutely love, but probably 95% of them I do. Anyways, Coco is one of my favorites now. It’s got this great floral scent that isn’t overpowering or scream “OLD LADY”. It’s really quite youthful. I would even say it’s a mature gentile step up from the Britney or Pink Sugar type fragrances out on the market these days. Prepare to feel sophisticated and elegant too with all that extra confidence 😉 .
If you’re wondering about the lasting power, prepare to be wowed! Like I said earlier it’s not strong but the longevity of this product is really quite surprising. After only a few sprays and you’ll be smelling this for hours, and even well into the next day or after taking a shower. And another good thing about Coco is that a little will go a long way. With just a couple dabs or sprays and you’ll be good to go for hours. So a little sample bottle like this one will last a few weeks with everyday use.
The only bad part about Coco that I can think of is once you try it, you’ll probably like it and then you’ll want to buy the full size bottle and that’s where you’ll run into problems. The full size bottle is about $125.00 for the 50ml/1.7oz bottle. A little pricey up front but it could last a long long time.
This free sample of Chanel Coco Perfume is available almost everywhere; United States, Canada, Australia, India, all of Europe, some countries in Asia, and South America. And of course, only one per household