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Rose Absolue by Yves Rocher Review

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Rose Absolue by Yves Rocher Review
Description
Many consider Rose Absolue to be one of the better rose fragrances out there. And for us, there’s very little to object that claim. This is not your typical rose-centered perfume from twenty, thirty decades ago that does little to hide its age. It is creamy and sweet without overdoing it, making it easy to wear. We don’t think it goes for sensual as there is barely anything deep and dark here, but if that’s not what you’re rooting for, then you might enjoy Rose Absolue, and just for a few dollars too!
Sillage
61
Longevity
68
Reader Rating0 Votes
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Positives
We find that the roses are creamy and sweet
The spices complement the florals
Does not feel dated unlike other rose fragrances
Easy to wear
Negatives
Rose Absolue is already discontinued so it’s harder to find
Not a ‘sexy’ scent
65
Ratings
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Rose Absolue is yet another ‘high-end’ fragrance for Yves Rocher. It was released in 2006 and was included in the well-received yet accessible Secrets d’Essences collection. While it opens with spicy notes, at its heart is a floral accord, the rose, and of different variations: Bulgarian rose, Turkish rose and Moroccan rose. The base includes patchouli. Rose Absolue comes in eau de parfum as well as a shower gel and lotion.

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