All That Matters

Eau de Parfum

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I wanted to like this scent so much! The reviews were great and I love skin scents. I have doused myself in this and can’t smell a thing. No one can around me either :(
By   - Nurse from London on 10/22/2019
This is a beautiful perfume. Although it only has three ingredients, they blend together to create something extraordinarily special.
By   - investor from West Shokan on 10/14/2017
Oh my, this is the perfect White musk! I really didn't want to like this as much as I do, because of the price. I thought it cannot possibly be so good, that it is worth paying 160 dollars, but I was wrong. This is just perfect! Not too floral, too earthy or musty, it's just the softest and cleanest musk, but with no soapyness. The perfect skin scent! I'll have to save up for this one :)
By   - HR professional from Sweden on 7/3/2017
LOVE LOVE LOVE this fragrance! So pricey, though. Saving up to treat myself
By   - Creative from Montclair on 4/5/2016
Nice out of the sample bottle I received but fade to nothing in a flash on me.
By  on 6/27/2015
Hmmm... First whiff is nostalgic, must be the Lily of the valley. Someone in my past wore something very similar but I can't put my finger on the memory--an aunt? A teacher? It's light and inoffensive but too powdery for me... The scent is comforting but maybe better suited for an older woman.
By   - from Outside NYC on 4/18/2015
Did you ever encounter one of those fragrances that you loved, but it didn't love you back? It is my experience that this juice has WOW! factor--I get the lily first and foremost with a heavy soapy powder. The musk is there, but way in the background. I detect no sandalwood. I love its clean feel, along the lines of Lea, but I do not love that it pierces my sinuses. I sneezed and my nose ran for a couple hours until it calmed down and became that skin scent of which everyone speaks. Because it is such a sensitizer, I could never wear this with comfort. If you are not sensitive, this is worth a try. It is very lovely, and I appreciate its merits.
By   - Vagabond from Otto on 4/16/2015
This one, in my book, is a winner. It is certainly making it's way into the top favorites of my fragrance collection, and that is no small feat. I wore this today, and was complimented, (by a pregnant woman), who told me how good I smelled. Like Molecule 01 (another favorite of mine), this is a minimalist fragrance that serves more as an aura than as a perfume. It doesn't make you smell good--it makes you smell great. If you don't like musk, you probably won't like this, but if you do, it's a no-brainer. There is nothing funky smelling about All that Matters--it is not soapy, it is not animalic at all. It is just pure loveliness--never loud, never cloying. Just perfect. Already planning another bottle and yes, I can see why this one is oftentimes backordered on Luckyscent.
By   - teacher from Pennsylvania on 3/8/2015
UPDATE for my last review: This scent is really growing on me and fast. I have been using it over the last few days and I like it more and more. It is so well crafted and you really can tell that the ingredients are of high quality. I especially love the soft and clean feel I get when wearing this. At the end of a sniff, I can really make out the lily of the valley, which I think smells very similar to the actual flower. It doesn't scream and shout but instead it softly sings you the most soothing song you have ever heard. I think I may have to find a way to buy a full bottle even though I do find it pricey. I think it may be worth it though because even when applying only a little from the sample, the scent lasts for hours on me and it is truly delicious, so I think the full bottle would be a good investment that would last. The scent is not sweet (and I am a big gourmand fan btw), it is not fruity, woodsy, oieintal, floral either, it is unique and just lovely.
By   - from puerto rico on 4/14/2013
I love "All That Matters", but it is quite unique. Someone mentioned that it is the "Emperors New Clothes" of perfume, and if you're only going based on how it smells when first applied I can agree. It starts out very soft, neutral, and then, after a while the aroma kicks in. I wonder if it's just picky, and only does this with certain body chemistry. This has been my experience every time that I've put it on: I apply it, only sort of smell it (it's quite subdued at first), go about my business and forget that I put anything on...and then 45 minutes later I notice that I smell something very softly floral, fresh, clean and realize there she is! It's "All That Matters." I think of it like the really good friend who isn't a diva but is just always fashionably late--once she shows up she definitely adds something special and important to the quality of the gathering but don't count on her to enter on time with a clash of cymbals. Also - sidenote - I have sampled nearly every perfume that LuckyScent has suggested (see above for: "if you like this, then you might like...") and All That Matters is, to me, the prettiest of the bunch.
By   - Bookseller from Pasadena, CA on 4/9/2013
So I FINALLY bought a sample of this controversial perfume and here is what I thought: I definitely smell it, it IS there, however, it has a quiet silage. This would be great for work when you don't want your perfume to enter the room b4 you do, or when you must work in close proximity to many people because it really is not offensive whatsoever. I actually enjoy the calming smell it radiates. I smell mostly the sandalwood oil with just a light touch of the crispness of lily of the valley (I adore the smell of real LOTV btw). It would be a great skin scent. It hasn't changed since I've put it on about 5 hours ago; but its nice so I don't mind it's simplicity. I think with my skin chemistry the lasting power is quite good so, as many have complained that they cannot smell anything at all on them, I believe this must just come down to chemistry. It sort of reminds me of LEA by Calypso st-Barths because of its 3 ingredient make up and in the way it is pretty, yet simple and well blended without being a big showoff. Let me be very clear, Lea and All that matters DO NOT smell the same but the feeling or aura of the two scents remind me of one another. I wouldn't buy a full bottle of this only because of the price. I don't feel it is special enough to merit that price tag but I can easily see how someone could fall head over heels for this and buy it without blinking an eye. I do keep smelling my arm for another hit..... so maybe it is worth it.
By   - from puerto rico on 4/3/2013
Oh my gosh, I just received my sample and I can't stop smelling my wrist. It is just the most beautiful, soft smell. Normally LOTV is too sharp, but the musk softens this and makes this just the most beautiful, lovely scent. I don't smell the sandalwood in it, but maybe it will come out later. I am going to have to figure out how to justify spending $160 to get a full bottle.
By   - secretary from Severna Park on 12/21/2012
Such a beautiful fragrance, and I can tell the ingredients are very high quality, but it only lasts for a short period of time. I had to reapply after 20 minutes because the scent totally disappeared. I don't know - maybe it would be good for an intimate region before bed or something.
By   - Analyst from LOS ANGELES on 10/25/2011
Warm, soft, gorgeous musk/skin scent. I kept the empty sample bottle after I used it all, just so I could get a hint of the scent every now and then. One day I'll splurge and order a full bottle.
By   - from Vancouver on 9/22/2011
Hmm. My skin sucks this up... or it disappears. I wanted to love this but I don't. Certainly I can't see spending 150 bucks on something that either a) i apparently already smell like or b) disappears completely.
By   - workin' from los angeles on 8/10/2011
Just wonderful ... about to purchase my third bottle (and I normally never buy fragrances more than once!)
By  on 3/16/2011
One of the best soft skin scents on here. LOVE it!!!
By   - therapist from NYC on 3/11/2011
Beautiful scent. I wish it was stronger or a bit less expensive, but it is otherwise perfect.
By   - Homemaker from Seattle on 11/7/2010
Nice, but definitely nothing extraordinary. Plus, it has a slightly "dusty" accord in the background; reminds me a bit of LesNez's l'Antimatiere, which I also don't find all that amazing. Even if this perfume weren't shockingly overpriced, I don't think I'd buy it.
By   - professor from Syracuse, NY on 6/15/2009
This did not work for me. Initially it's a fresh and very light scent, but after wearing it for a while the scent took on a distinctly unpleasant flour-like note.
By   - from Seattle on 5/4/2009
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