10 Of The Strangest Fragrances Ever Created

Cologne and perfume have always been highly used throughout time; from the ancient days to today. Both men and women wear various fragrances and scents, some of which smell simply delectable. These scents tend to indicate beauty and sexuality, style and success. However, there are some fragrances created that are simply disgusting and should probably not be smelled or used for human consumption. People are discovering there are some smells they would rather not have on their body at any given time, and yet companies continue to sell them. Here are ten of the strangest smelling fragrances ever created.

Bodily Fluids

French company Etat Libre d’Orange has decided to spend their hard-earned money and research and development teams creating the perfume Sécrétions Magnifiques, which smells like blood, sweat, sperm, and saliva. All human, of course.

Tobacco Lovers

Fragrance company Demeter has decided to begin selling Pipe Tobacco, a fragrance for those who positively love the smell of tobacco and cigarettes. The smell is not popular with anti-smoking individuals, obviously.



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