Scent of the Day: L’Eau D’Issey Lotus Perfume Review

L'eau D'Issey Lotus

Our scent of the day is a softer and more refreshing flanker to the original L’Eau D’Issey composition. L’Eau D’Issey Lotus is aquatic and floral, making it a perfect scent for warm spring afternoons and dreadfully hot summer days. Spray on after the shower on a warm day and feel delightfully refreshed with it’s top note of watery lotus. The heart of hyacinth and jasmine are soft and cuddly and the base is┬áan elegant composition of musk and white woods. This fragrance is classy and sparkling with hints of aquatic green notes and feminine florals. This never becomes too strong or overbearing and is a very happy, crowd pleasing fragrance. Perfect for any occasion, including office wear with its soft, skin-scent composition.

Spray L’Eau D’Issey Lotus to start your day feeling fresh, clean, and feminine. A perfect scent for day dates and summer picnics. A true flanker that shows just the right amount of the original, but sparkles in its own light. A modern and aquatic twist that may just be an improvement over the original fragrance. The original included lotus as well, but had a main emphasis on more floral accords. This interpretation is much more watery and aquatic, working better in summer, when the original L’Eau D’Issey shines in spring.

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L'Eau D'Issey Lotus

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