Soulgasm: Perfume Review


I was recently given the opportunity to review a new perfume called Soulgasm.

Here are the details:

Soulgasm is the first fragrance by Sasha Varon.  It claims to be a luxe and sexy perfume.

Head/Top Notes: succulent peach, Anjou pear, South African freesia, ripe black currant
Heart: wild, night-blooming jasmine, delicate Eurasian lily, multi-faceted woodberry
Base Notes: clean musk, warm amber, sweet French vanilla

My thoughts:

Even though I only received a tiny sample to review the full size bottle comes with an adorable black vintage atomizer (in other words a sprayer or spritzer).

The price for 2.4 oz. is $65.00 and that seems a bit pricey to me but depending on your budget that might not be a factor.

It’s a playful scent for an evening out that isn’t too fruity or too heavy.

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Disclosure: I received a sample to facilitate my review but it in no way affected my opinion.  No compensation was received.

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About Ashley

Ashley is very happily married and the mother to a beautiful little girl, and she is the main voice behind Embracing Beauty.


  1. Lisa Cocuzza says

    Thanks for letting us know about Soulgasm and what you think about it.

  2. Sarah Touzard says

    I found this scent through a youtube video and ordered a lipstick atomizer..came in a beautiful pillow box wrapped in black tissue
    the scent was wonderful. fruity without being blunt or obvious. me likey! 😉

  3. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This perfume does seem to be a nice one based on the review and I love the atomizer. I think that it is a clever name.

  4. What an interesting name for a perfume! Ive never heard of this before but I cant wait to try it! I love perfume, so this will be a nice addition to my collection. Thank you for the review!

  5. I love the name. I am glad I found your blog, I am a perfume lover but nothing is worst than getting a new scent and not liking it after I buy it,I love the reviews. This is one i will go get because I don’t like when perfumes are too fruity and heavy. Thank you.

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