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Fleur de Peau by Diptyque Review

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Fleur de Peau by Diptyque Review
Don’t count on Fleur de Peau’s direct translation to define this scent. Rather than being ‘on edge’, the fragrance is rather soft and light. The musk is ever present for us from the opening right to the very last seconds that the scent is on the skin, but it falls short in creating a strong impact. Sillage and longevity are both decent, and the subtlety of Fleur de Peau makes it easy to wear.
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We think it is very light and clean
Easy to wear
Lovely musk defines the fragrance from beginning to end
A pleasant but ultimately unremarkable scent
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Diptyque released Fleur de Peau, a fragrance that is a floral aldehyde, last year. It was aimed to both men and women. Olivier Pescheux, who has created a series of fragrances for the brand, signed Fleur de Peau. The notes include angelica, pink pepper, aldehydes, bergamot, Turkish rose, iris, ambrette, musk, sandalwood, leather, ambergris and carrot.

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