Joop! Le Bain Joop! Fragrance
I know we’ve had threads in the past on the boards about scents that odor “golden”, nicely, that is considered one of them. Very good and lengthy lasting; sillage is robust at first, but settles to a extra reasonable aroma. I personal a few Joops now and so far, I’ve been very happy with them. Le Bain is sweet for cooler weather; late fall, winter and perhaps early spring. It’s also good for those cool, wet days whenever you just need to snuggle up in a warm blanket and shut out the world around you. This perfume has a batonkatonk.
It’s not disagreeable, but it’s so not like some other fragrance that I even have tried that I am “on the fence”. Initially it is extremely sweet and barely plasticky. My son stated it smelled like “Play-Doh” and in the first couple of minutes I agreed, very much so.
When the citruses dissipate the florals present up. Beautiful powdery florals with a observe of heliotrope and vanilla that give them a really powdery and candy touch. She is a clean silken rose and not very daring.
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Hello, that is the first time for me to write down a review. I simply purchased Joop Le Bain yesterday, based on what you wrote here. I’m not dissapointed by it, it actually smells beautiful. I’m not so good at finding the exact composition but at first spray i was afraid that it might not be for me. It is precisely my type of fragrances vanilla primarily based with a touch of almond and plum or cherry notice. A blind buy for me but an excellent end result.
Not a lifeless-ringer, only a obscure similarity. This scent holds none of those features. It is vanilla-candy, virtually suffocating and it very much reminds me of that tree formed air freshner called “new car scent”.
I am glad that others have also seen it and it’s not my creativeness. Sillage and longevity are moderate but as this perfume isn’t that costly, that’s comfortable with me. I’m surprised jasmine get so little point out right here, as that is essentially the most outstanding note for me, along with vanilla and amber and a little bit of sandalwood and patchouli.
It reminded of the Rose-Santal Kleenex they promote in India and Indonesia. I didn’t get any cherry, and that is not a nasty thing. At this level it also jogged my memory slightly, however not quite of Gaultier2. Then just as I went to wash it off, bam, that less than agreeable top disappeared and I got the tonka-vanilla-amber-wood heart. At this level I could see the comparison right here and elsewhere to Bogart Pour Homme .
It’s a feminine scent on my opinion, no unisex contact. Oooh, I apologise for being as capricious as the wind! So, a couple of days later, and I’m questioning if Joop Le Bain may even be acceptable a casa nostra as a room scent. The drawback is, nicely, it’s just TOO MUCH. There is this old wood creaky antiquey vibe coming from it. I’m getting orange squash and bitterness.
Fresh and floral, soapy and clean, a fine early spring floral toilet water. I suggest this to fans of vintages, aldehydes, florals and vanilla. All of those accords are splendidly married on this perfume. Le Bain is relaxed and leisurely, informal and completely suited for daily.
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For me there’s a fast rush of aldehydes and amber and it dries all the way down to a heavenly cherry-vanilla with a tiniest touch of cloves. Why I get these notes I do not know as they aren’t listed. The vanilla is scrumptious, longevity can also be sufficient for me (6-8 hours).