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Marianne Mychaskiw
May 04, 2012 @ 3:30 pm

The fragrance market is full of only Eau de SPF! Bobbi Brown just released an updated version of her signature Beach fragrance as part of her new Miami collection ($68; bobbibrown.com), which features an unexpected sunscreen top note. And she’s not the only one: At the Beach 1966 by CB I Hate Perfume is a Coppertone-inspired scent with hints of wet sand and driftwood ($80; cbihateperfume.com). And Estee Lauder’s Bronze Goddess ($57; esteelauder.com) reminds us of poolside coconut lotion. Tell us: Would you wear a perfume that smelled like sunblock? 

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