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Jennifer Aniston's sea-inspired scent

Published 16/07/2014

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston's latest fragrance, J by Jennifer Aniston, is "relaxed and refreshing".

The 45-year-old actress recently launched her second scent, J by Jennifer Aniston. It comes in an ombré blue glass bottle, and the box sees a photo of the star gazing into the camera with her hair looking as though she has just been swimming.

It seems there was a particular theme for Jennifer while creating her new scent.

“My debut fragrance is a clean, feminine perfume - it reminds me of the way you smell when you just arrive at the beach: fresh, with a touch of sunblock and sand,” she explained to People. “This new fragrance is its complement. It has a hint of that salty sea smell that reminds me of a day spent in the ocean. It’s relaxed and refreshing.”

The perfume holds salty notes mixed with more fresh smells such as magnolia, topped off with an essence of vanilla bourbon and sandalwood, according to the publication. It follows on from Jennifer's eponymous fragrance released in 2011, and this time around the former Friends actress wanted to match the feel of her product to the summer season.

“I wanted to create my own fragrance because for years, I would make scented oils and lotions for my girlfriends for wedding showers, baby showers and birthdays," she smiled. "I would create a personalised scent for them, so when I was offered the opportunity to design my own fragrance I jumped at the chance.”

Jennifer has made a name for herself in the world of beauty alongside acting, with roles such as being the ambassador for skincare brand Aveeno allowing her to pursue her passion.

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