SNIF Vow Factor was released in 2023. In collaboration with Emelia O'Toole (@professorperfume - fragrance reviewer on TikTok) to create her signature wedding day scent very centered on fig. Notes of fig, galbanum, Mandarin orange, neroli, rose, orris, cedarwood, ambrette and tonka bean.
From the brand - "Swipe right on a green, fig-forward scent that raises a glass to the romance of everyday life. Ripe with fruity figs, neroli, rose, and cedarwood, this green fragrance bottles that first-love feeling. Its modern sophistication is made for everything from the grocery aisle to the wedding aisle."
SNIF uses high quality ingredients that are nontoxic, clean, vegan, cruelty-free, made without parabens, phthalates, preservatives and synthetic dyes.
Fragrantica - "The fig really caught me off guard, especially mixed with the rose. I think it leans more rose than fig for sure, but they marry so beautifully. I LOVE how green this perfume is. It taught me something new about myself!"
Fragrantica - "I love it so much I think it exceeded my expectations. It reminds me of being in a mossy meadow. I’m saving it to wear in the spring. It’s simply delightful and effervescent.
Fragrantica - "This smells so much like hiking the large hills in the wilder parts of Ireland. The first day I wore this here in Texas, a woman asked me if I'd been out in the fields. It was a great compliment. Vow Factor is unapologetically green and undomesticated. If you like the scent of meadows, moss, and gentle florals in dappled, warm sunlight, you'll like this...It's an ode to the wild landscapes of Ireland, a scent memory of being in a specific place, falling in love. But you really, really gotta love smelling green. Which I do."
Fragrantica - "i am a certified hater of fig AND green notes but…damn. i really like this. i was fully expecting to send this back, but, she’s a keeper! the opening is VERY sharp, green fig, but then the rose comes out and everything is kind of grounded with that dose of cedar and smoothed out with the ambrette in the drydown. it’s a fig-hater’s fig fragrance!"