Monday, May 11, 2015

New L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette

L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette

Launching later this month is a new addition to L'Occitane La Collection de Grasse will launch - New L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette and it is one that all fans of fig based will want to experience. Bright, fruity, uplifting and one that will see you through both Spring and Summer with ease. As a matter of a fact due to the warm notes I would also deem it suitable for Autumn!

The new L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette is not your usual fig based scent, rather much like all L'Occitane scents it has a certain light, earthen quality and is not at all overpowering. The gentle notes of Fig and Osmanthus fuse together to create a memorable fruity yet floral blend, that lingers on the skin all day long.

Obviously a scratch and sniff function would be ideal as there is only so much you can take away from a fragrance review, the closest comparison I can draw is to Dipytque Philosykos Eau de Parfume - only I would say that the L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette is fresher and easier to wear.

Look out for L'Occitane Figuier & Osmanthus Eau de Toilette launching later this month, for now you can pre-order via QVC for £25/30ml - link.

This post contains a press sample.
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  1. This sounds really nice and perfect for Summer. I will definitely be checking this out when it comes out.

    Beth x

  2. L'Occitane makes amazing products with lovely scents! x

  3. sounds amazing xx

  4. i really want to smell this now hah!


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