So I went to the Daily Beast, because that's what you're supposed to do, at least for one or two days, and I found this piece of helpful advice from Padma Lakshmi:

I recommend trying organic essential oils at Neals Yard Remedies and mixing them to create your own fragrance. Commercial perfumes are someone else's version of what we should smell like, and I want to smell like no one else. I like the fact that I can change my scent to match my mood, season or even the place I am going to be that day.

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