Tynan Sinks and Sable Yong — friends, beauty editors, award-winning fragrance writers (some of us), and scent fiends — are giving the world the podcast no one asked for.
Smell Ya Later explores every imaginable angle at which we interact with the aromas and odors in our lives, the scents that have seared themselves into our memory, and scents that inform the way we envision our future. That includes everything from fine fragrance to candles to dish soap.
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Theme song by Pasquale D'Silva;
Cover art by Lily Ng
The Godfather of Smells
Writer and biophysicist Luca Turin wrote the first published guide to perfumes back in '92 and has been studying the science of scent ever since. On the pod, he discusses which perfumes are bad, why they are bad, how bad they are, and also why they are good.
Getting Sprung On Seasonal Scents
In which your co-hosts discuss the concept of seasonal fragrances, Spring fragrances, go on a tangent about internalized misogyny and homophobia in beauty and, and...
Fragrance In Skincare Is Not The Enemy (Unless...)
We get Lev Glazman, CEO of Fresh to offer his take on the importance of scent in skincare and how and when it becomes a problem for skin, and also how it elevates the skincare experience.
The Scent of Celebrity
Scent-hacking Wellness With The Nue Co
What if you could sniff your way to wellness? But not with aRoMaThErApY — with FRAGRANCE. That's what we investigate with The Nue Co, whose Functional Fragrances are a mental wellbeing supplement that you take by smelling.
Haley Kiyoko's First Fragrance Hue Is That Hot Girl Scent™ & Then Some
Pop singer and artist Hayley Kiyoko and her partner in scent, Bart Schmidt discuss the singer's first fragrance Hue, her most memorable scents, and how fragrance and music can be artistic tools of self-expression.