July 6, 2015

Fragrance Introduction: Doc Foreman

Those of you who have known about Contented Comfort for any length of time have probably come to expect these next few fragrance introductions. For the past three years, I've been working my way through the various incarnations of The Doctor from Doctor Who, and 2015 will bring this tradition to a close until the end of Capaldi's era.

Doc Foreman Goat Milk and Glycerin Soaps

Doc Foreman was inspired by William Hartnell's iconic turn as the original version of The Doctor. The name comes from his first human companions, Ian and Barbara's, confusion regarding his name after finding the TARDIS in Foreman's Junkyard. The design was inspired by the opening graphics of the day as well as this first incarnation's rather uptight nature.

The fragrance is a soft and classic blend of marine, ozone, sage, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, tobacco blossom, caramel, honey, mandarin, and rose.

This design is one of the simpler ones to make despite looking complicated. That simplicity and the stark contrast of black and white in a geometric pattern make it striking. All in all, I think this one might be my personal favorite for the year.

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