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When you check out, we'll place a hold on your card for the amount of the trial items, but won't charge you anything.
Try at home for 7 days
Your 7 day trial starts the day your items arrive. Try them in the comfort of your own home.
Pay for what you keep
Send us back anything you don't want. You only pay for what you keep.
30ml + 2ml sample
a scent so good, they might throw shade.
We’ve never smelled a fragrance quite like this. It’s green, slightly peppery, refreshing, and keeps us coming back for more. You'll want to spray it on everything you own.
Bell pepper, bergamot, lily of the valley (think fresh, spring flower), ginger, and oakmoss (marine and woodsy).
All our fragrances are vegan, cruelty-free, and formulated with industry clean standards. They are made without parabens, preservatives, phthalates, or synthetic dyes inside.
Our fragrances are formulated for optimal performance and long-lasting wear without being overwhelming. Everyone’s spray threshold is different, but if you typically spray 2-3 times a day, one Snif 30 ml bottle can last up to 3-4 months.
Alcohol, Fragrance*, Water. *Our scents are made with a high-end blend of natural ingredients and safe synthetics. While our formulas are nut-free, if you're concerned about potential allergens, please email us at email@example.com
How The Trial Workstry now, pay later. learn about the trial ↗
Choose a Snif Trial Kit and place your order. We’ll put a temporary hold on your card at checkout.
*single candles are excluded from our at-home trial program
try the samples
for 7 days.
Your at-home trial period starts the day your package is delivered. You’ll have 7 days to smell and test the mini sample fragrances or candles inside before you commit.
Free Shipping and free returns.
Don’t love a scent? Simply submit a return before your trial ends and we’ll cover the return shipping. We’ll only charge your card for the full-size products you keep after your trial has ended.
“Smells like a Gemini in a pile of clean sheets on a Sunday.”