“The future is Nuticosmetics,”
“Nutricosmetics are nutritional supplements that have the ability to support the function and the structure of the skin. In Europe there is currently only one product, this product is the DEO perfume candy. DEO perfume candy was first introduced. DEO sells across Europe and in the United States and China…it is also now available in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
DEO uses ISOMALT, a sugar replacer derived from sugar beet to give a sweet taste without sugar. This also gives DEO a low calorie, low GI alternative. Geraniol is the ingredient that changes this sweet into a health and beauty product. Geraniol, an acrylic monoterpene-alcohol found in rose, lavender and vanilla, offers both anti-oxidant and fragrance properties. The fragrance property works in the same manner as Garlic in that the fragrance is transmitted through the pores of the skin when a person sweats, the difference with Geranoil is that the fragrance that is emitted is a wonderful rose smell.
There are 3mg of Geraniol in one DEO candy (each candy is 3.7g) with only 3.6mg required for a 65 kg female to enjoy the rose fragrance coming through the pores of the skin for 6 hours. It is known that high consumption of ISOMALT can cause a laxative effect, but with only 1 to 2 sweets required for 6 hours fragrance this is not a problem with the DEO Perfume Candy,” (http://www.perfumecandyuk.com/Perfumecandyuk/index.php/about-perfume-candy)We at Candy Crash couldn’t say it better ourselves, so we let the internet say it all. Apparently these candies will give you sweat smelling armpits for up to 6 hours, however the candy crash labs didn’t even get that far. We chose the rose flavoured candies for this experience. They come in either a box or a big bag, filled with individually wrapped pink glass like droplets.
DEO candies smells like you’re grandma’s perfume. They smell like rose water, or a garden full of roses. Pleasant and not abuses on the nose, however the taste is abusive to the mouth. As soon as they were popped into the mouth, they were spat back out again. These feel like the Parma Violets review of 2012 (https://candycrashtest.wordpress.com/2012/12/13/like-tasting-your-grandmas-perfume/) You will even like them or hate them and want to never see another DEO candy again.
According to one lab rat tried to rinse the taste of DEO with fanta and that just made the flavour worse. One crunched one up fast and furious and still spat it back out in the bin. This one has been one of the worse tasting session we’ve had in a long time.
If you want to try these, do so at you’re own peril. These are not for the faint hearted or people with taste buds that are easily disgusted.