Solid Perfume Forums General Lauder Solids Talk Discoloration Of The Perfume Solids Re: Discoloration Of The Perfume Solids

2cute4u2
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Hi Michaela:

Thank you for your informative post. I think that it is best for me (because I am a novice to all of this) to leave the perfume solids alone. It all seems so very complicated. <img src='style_emoticons//blink.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’blink.gif’ />

The solid I bought has the original perfume and it appears to be untouched, just discolored. Many have posted that discoloration isn't a detraction from value, so that is fine with me, now that I know that. I was just upset that this seller didn't mention a discoloration in the description of the item or show a picture of the solid inside. Most others do mention this fact. However, the seller has offered to adjust the price ($20) for the unmentioned discoloration, which I guess is fair.

I do find it interesting that the solids can be refilled. I have seen many of the compacts for sale sans the solid perfume for very good prices. I guess if someone really wants to refill the perfume there is a way to do it. <img src='style_emoticons//laugh.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’laugh.gif’ />

As for me, I am just happy to have a solid that is as mint as possible for its age with the original box. <img src='style_emoticons//biggrin.gif’ border=’0′ style=’vertical-align:middle’ alt=’biggrin.gif’ />