What Does Justin Theroux Smell Like? Jennifer Aniston Tells All

07/08/2015 at 01:45 PM ET

For being in such a high-profile relationship, Jennifer Aniston isn’t shy about sharing peeks into her and her fiancé, Justin Theroux‘s, world — especially when it comes to fashion and beauty. (Case in point: She once revealed they sometimes share a toothbrush!) And in this week’s issue of PEOPLE, the 46-year-old actress let us in on another secret. What exactly “eau de Justin” smells like.

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“I’m very anti-cologne on men,” says the star, who has a new fragrance launching this month. “I love the way they smell naturally. Their own eau de sweat.”

So, how does that translate to what her hubby-to-be wears? “I like him in natural oils,” Aniston reveals. “He does a sandalwood kind of smell. Maybe that’s one of the things that drew me to him. He has those come-hither sandalwood pheromones happening.”

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In addition to often sharing beauty products, the actress has also confessed that the couple shares a similar taste in fashion. “[Our style has] merged. We met a bit in the middle,” she previously told PEOPLE. “For Justin it’s winter from the waist down all year round. That’s his motto. We met when they were shooting Tropic Thunder in Hawaii, and he was wearing black black black. I started to sweat just looking at him!”

Theroux is big on personalized man jewelry, too. “He’s got a lot of hardware,” she said. “He wears a chain. He has a gold chunky ring. It won’t be a problem when we get married: He will be wearing his ring! It just won’t say ‘Justin’ anymore.”

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For more on Jennifer Aniston’s favorite scents, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday.

Be honest: Have you ever wondered what Justin Theroux smells like? Do you share any fashion or beauty products with your significant other? Share your thoughts in the comments.

–Lindsay Schallon

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Monty on

What an embarrassing bunch of nonsense from this grown woman. What does Justin smell like? Fear of commitment, and “running away from crazy”.

Manda on

He wears a ring with his name on it? For real?

cynic1018 on

for the first time, i believe these 2 really do belong together. eau de sweat?? GROSS

O on

I guess he might forget his name. By the way he dresses I’m getting a leather and beer vibe. btw what happened to her career? Seems like all she does now is peddle products and talk about her hair and her wish to marry Justin Theroux. He does have a cool last name but is he dragging his feet?

Marcia on

I feel safe in saying I have never, ever wondered what he smelled like.

Court on

Does anyone really care?

John on

What a bunch of obnoxious commenters here. All disparaging her, or her man, or the article… YET HERE THEY ALL ARE. Hypocritical losers all.

Tina on

@Monty, that’s funny. Lol.

Tina on

….when she get’s married? And when will that be? I guess she’s too busy doing commercials and being in dud movies. Except for Horrible Bosses. But she’s not the reason it was entertaining.

guest on

I love Jen and Justin. He looks like he would smell good. I recently saw her movie “Cake”. She gave a fantastic performance. They are a refreshing change in Hollywood. No drug arrests, no getting drunk and fighting in bars, no being caught with prostitutes, etc. They just seem like a normal (wealthy, but normal) couple in love. So happy for them.

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