Edible perfume now exists and that's our Christmas present sorted

Will you be giving edible perfume a go? [Photo: Smith & Sinclair]

It can take a bathroom drawer full of overpriced perfumes (and a few years worth of receipts) before you finally track down your signature scent.

Now, the beauty industry has welcomed a revolutionary invention – the edible perfume – which certainly brings a whole new meaning to the phrase, ‘so good you could eat it’.

London-based company Smith & Sinclair, which has already gifted the world boozy confectionary, has launched edible fragrances which come in three different scents-turned-flavours.

Created like a traditional perfume, the product can be sprayed directly onto the skin but unlike Britney Spears’ ‘Fantasy’ – it can be licked straight off.

Foodies can also use the scent to garnish their go-to cocktail on a night out or use it to give their nightly avocado on toast a spritz of pizzazz.

The brand’s ‘Pear and Vanilla’ scent is inspired by autumnal nights in [Photo: Smith & Sinclair]

According to the website, the brand’s Pear and Vanilla perfume is influenced by the autumnal months and will work well with an espresso martini or warming brandy.

Each fragrance is 100% vegan and can be spritzed onto any drink or meal of your choice [Photo: Smith & Sinclair]

The Watermelon and Citrus on the other hand is for those who like their perfume fresh and floral while the Cherry Blossom and Mandarin fragrance will work well spritzed into a bowl of gin.

The ‘Cherry Blossom and Mandarin’ perfume is designed to be spritzed into a glass of gin [Photo: Smith & Sinclair]

With a £20 price tag and seriously gram-worthy packaging, the perfume is sure to prove a great stocking filler this festive season.

Please, Santa?

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