7 Scented Body Oils That Will Replace Your Favorite Perfume

Lighter than perfume but heavier than lotion, perfumed body oils offer up scent with the added benefit of hydration. These seven claim center stage in our beauty cabinet.

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Elizabeth and James Nirvana Black Body Oil ($60)

Ultra-luxe but not the least bit heavy, this nourishing oil leaves skin supersmooth and with a touch of the oh-so decadent Nirvana Black scent.

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Philosophy Living Grace Body Oil ($27)

With its uplifting and ethereal scent, this body oil works for both day and night and also evokes the senses for a total experience.

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Diptyque Precious Oils for Body and Bath ($78)

No matter whether you apply this oil straight to your skin or choose to add it to a warm bath, the delectable scent of iris is noticeable—as is the skin-softening effect of sweet almond, argan and macadamia oils.


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Le Labo Tuberose 40 Oil ($240)

An alternative to perfume, this tuberose-, bergamot-, tangerine- and orange flower-laced body oil is void of the alcohol typically found in perfume, making it an ideal option for those with sensitive skin. More delicate in nature than Le Labo’s pure perfumes, this oil also softens skin and can be used in your hair.


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Natura Bissé Diamond Absolute Damask Rose Body Oil ($65)

Super romantic in nature and loaded with Damask rose absolute for a beautiful scent, this ultra-luxe oil is sure to leave your skin soft, smooth and glowing.


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Viktor&Rolf Bonbon Perfumed Bath & Body Oil ($90)

Ideal as both an oil in your bath or applied directly to skin, one thing's for sure: The sweet gourmand scent of caramel, mandarin, jasmine and peach is sure to shine through.

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Tom Ford Neroli Portofino Body Oil ($70)

With a scent that’s so unique—and totally equated to Tom Ford—this silky lightweight oil revitalizes dry skin and leaves it drenched with a beautiful fragrance encompassing citrus, florals and amber undertones.