DIOREau Sauvage Cologne Eau de Cologne for Men
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Description DIOR Eau Sauvage CologneIngredients
Eau Sauvage Cologne is a fresh and bracing surprise. As timelessly elegant as ever, but with an unprecedented depth. New playful accents. An immediate, gripping, obvious charm. Woody, fresh and spicy, Eau Sauvage Cologne is the very essence of charm. A composition that immediately bursts with a spontaneous vibrancy, a treasure trove of multi-faceted nuances.
"With Eau Sauvage Cologne, I strove to retain the seemingly simple construction. Something that might appear obvious, but is actually filled with nuances, details and contrasts of darkness and light."
Top notes: Calabrian Bergamot plays a decisive role as its fullness takes hold. It unleashes a powerful dose of its sweet and spicy charm, fully cloaking the structure of the cologne. Grown in southern Italy, Essence of Bergamot is obtained by cold expression of the peel. It brings a distinct, sweet freshness to fragrances and adds a special radiance to citrus notes.
Haitian Vetiver: originally from India and Indonesia, but also grows in Haiti and on Reunion Island. It is a perennial plant with fragrant roots. The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation. Its persistent accords are used in woody, chypre and oriental fragrances. Vetiver unfurls its bold sophistication in the base note of Dior Homme.
Pink Pepper: from Reunion Island, the ‘Pepper Tree’ bears clusters of berries that are used as spice and known as ‘Pink Pepper’ or ‘Brazil Pepper’. Native to South America (Brazil), the tree is now grown on Reunion Island, hence its nickname the 'Pink Gold of Reunion'. Red in colour and the size of a peppercorn, its berries grow in clusters and emit an intense spicy fragrance. Pink Pepper Extract is obtained by using a CO2 extraction technique, which allows the peppercorn to retain its full aroma. Pink Pepper welds its fresh and spicy charm, like a persistent and surprising Lemon Pepper.
Spray on pulse points.
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- Top notesTop notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
- Bergamot, Tangerine
- Middle notesMiddle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
- Orange Leaf, Pink Pepper, Hedione, Galbanum
- Base notesBase notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
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About the brand DIOR
When Christian Dior created his fashion house in 1946, he imagined a new femininity that would lack nothing. Femininity, a total femininity that would lack nothing. Today, from dresses to accessories, from fragrances to lipstick, to the most expert skincare, the house of Dior enhances the beauty of women, bringing radiance and modernity.