This Viral Luxury Fragrance Now Comes in Body Oil Form, and It’s Less Than a Third of the Price

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If you are even a little bit aware of perfume trends, you’ve likely heard of (or smelled) the deliciously juicy, fan-fav Delina—the chef d’oeuvre from luxury fragrance line Parfums de Marly. This is arguably one of the most popular women’s fragrances of the past five years (especially according to TikTok): after launching in 2017, it quickly joined the ranks of Baccarat Rouge 540 and Santal 33 as one of the most sought-after scents. And, it consistently scores quite high on Fragrantica (the perfume encyclopedia and forum) with thousands of five-star reviews.

At $335, Delina Eau de Parfum is very much a luxury purchase—but a new, more budget-friendly iteration has just debuted. Available for  $100, Delina Body Oil hit the (virtual) shelves on August 1.

Not only is this option a little lighter on your wallet, but it’s a lighter formulation all around. According to the brand, the “non-greasy, luminous formula sublimates the skin, adorning it with notes of rose, peony, lychee, and grapefruit on a subtle base of vanilla and musk.” Using sunflower, safflower, sesame oil, and more, the body oil formulation provides a nourishing (and non-comedogenic, which means it won't clog your pores) elixir for your skin, while imbuing this delightful, beautiful parfum.

The fragrant oil is dripping in bright fruits and florals that give it a tangy-yet-sweet scent. Considering a whiff of grapefruit has been shown to boost your mood and floral perfumes are also beloved for their happiness-inducing properties, it's no wonder that a single spritz of this stuff sends my dopamine levels soaring.

Because skin best absorbs scent when it is warm and damp, this ultra-light fragrance is the perfect pick for these humid, end-of-summer days. "Florals and bright citruses are beautiful to layer through the summer because they're a little bit softer and interact really well in humid weather when your skin is a little bit oilier," Saint Rose perfume founder Belinda Smith previously told Well+Good.

The ultra-luxe-perfume to body oil pipeline is something that we’ve seen before (here’s looking at you, Tom Ford Soleil Blanc), and it’s one that makes these masterfully concocted fragrances a bit more accessible as a part of an everyday beauty routine.

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