Ozone by Aaron Terence Hughes
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Ozone is a new perfume by Aaron Terence Hughes for women and men and was released in 2020. The scent is creamy-fresh. Projection and longevity are above-average.
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Fragrance Notes

Lime, Coconut, Amber, Ambroxan, Woody notes, Spearmint, Ozone, Ambergris

Ratings

Scent

8.0 (32 Ratings)

Longevity

8.6 (28 Ratings)

Sillage

8.2 (28 Ratings)

Bottle

6.6 (26 Ratings)
Submitted by Maggy4u, last update on 20.09.2020.
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Mazze
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Ozone? Fat coconut butter lemon cake
Well I must say, I really like the scents of ATH. You recognize the handwriting of ATH, this overtone which is similar in many fragrances. Fat, oily, fresh and juicy, then this buttery coconut tone, I like very much. My girlfriend loves it too. The coconut is just not noticeable, like with a cheap shower gel, but as a fat buttery tone, which gives strength and rounds the whole thing off. It melts after the beginning, which is citric and oily, with a musky undertone, woody and buttery. The mixture with the amber that gives this depth to me and also the musk, which is slightly animal, makes the fragrance simply fat. Durability is very good, Sillage very good. Price performance, very good. Is vllt nothing for designer fetishists, nevertheless I notice with me, as I just more and more away from designer scents, to such parts tend. Beautiful fragrance ... I will buy more
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Alexxx
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Warning of increased ozone levels
Ozone is a natural component of the air. But it is also formed as a reaction of nitrogen dioxide. This increases the concentration of ozone, particularly in strong sunlight - and the high temperatures that go with it. Especially for residents of conurbations, such as the Rhine-Main area, the increased ozone formation can lead to health problems such as headaches or migraines.

One could describe the nature of ozone in this or a similar way. And the ozone that Aaron Terence Hughes fills into his flacons has a similar effect. As a trained chemist, he should be familiar with the alleged side effects of the substance also known as O3. Unfortunately, there is no warning note in this regard on his flacon.

But more on that in a moment. Because the idea for this summery cocktail is not a bad one, on the contrary: there is the sweetness of coconut, the freshness of lime, there are some woody notes. All this awakens - especially for a travel-mad spirit like mine - holiday feelings of the exotic kind.

You only have to close your eyes for a short time and you dream yourself to a tropical beach. Ozone sounds like Virgin Island Water, but its tropical wind is much stronger than the quoted scent of Creed. The projection has power, the durability is good.

But on the way to the perfect summer scent, unfortunately, Ambroxan gets in my way all too quickly. I count myself among those who sometimes react sensitively to this scent chord. And here it happens now:

The Ambroxan brings me back from my mental journey to the South Seas. My island paradise becomes a traffic island, in the middle of the city traffic, at 40 degrees. And the inevitable happens with too much ozone: I get a headache
And so the South Sea longing ends at the sink. With plenty of soap and a towel. Conclusio: not for me
But who can it be for? For a fragrance of ATH is rather less loud and from its composition more balanced and therefore more suitable for the masses. It has not been created according to ATH's usual inyour-face principle - if this has bothered you so far, you can be happy here. Likewise, if you like Ambroxan and are looking for a summer scent that has more to offer than citrus or aquatic. Friends of Virgin Island Water can also be happy here, because Ozone is similar to it, but a bit more powerful.

Conclusion: We are dealing here with a unisex fragrance that comes at an extremely attractive price by ATH standards. Its mentioned mass suitability does not mean however that it will not split you, dear Parfumos. The Ambroxan probably decides everything. It's all about inhaling Ozone and getting blissful. Or falling down.

PS: There are hardly any research results available on long-term effects and late damage caused by ozone; a health hazard can therefore not be ruled out with certainty even if there are no acute complaints.
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J1ndujun
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Creamy summer yoghurt
Ozone is my first fragrance from ATH and also somehow my first niche fragrance, if you can call it that. For a summer scent I find Ozone relatively complex and heavy. A little uplift with maritime notes would have been good for him. The lime is only a short warm-up, followed by coconut and ambroxan, and lasts for the life of the fragrance.

There is absolutely no obtrusive smell that Ozone gives off, but a clearly perceptible one that reminds me of a creamy summer yoghurt that one likes to eat with pleasure on a lounger under palm trees in summer. Sun milk smells different for me. The woody notes give the fragrance a masculine, more complex note and the ozone, together with ambroxane, makes for a very good silage. I don't notice mint at all. It's also my first fragrance that I was approached about. But according to the nice conditions in the beer garden it smelled Bvlgari Black, which I unfortunately had to deny. Since I do not know the scent, I cannot make any comparisons
In conclusion I can say that I find the fragrance very pleasant and I like to wear it, but I would have wished for a little more freshness instead of complexity and heaviness. The only inferior thing about the fragrance is the bottle, which absolutely does not meet the quality standards of designer or niche fragrances. But well, what can you do?
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TRehf

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TRehf
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Very nice summer scent but not VIW
Since there is no other review of this fragrance, let me be the first reviewer.

Smell: 9/10
This fragrance starts citrusy-minty. There is a faint trace of coconut in the background but unlike VIW from Creed, the note of coconut is not dominant and hence I can imagine people who are not liking coconut still liking this fragrance.
After a few minutes the mint note becomes more present on my skin and is the dominant note. There is a very creamy undertone in the fragrance which comes from the amber supported by something woody. I also get the Ambroxan/Ambergris.
The fragrance stays relatively linear during its lifetime.
All in all I can say that this is a perfect summery scent (if you like mint). It is mass-appealing.
The best way to describe the scent is: imagine PdM Layton with its fresh-minty opening but without the sweetness from the vanilla. Nevertheless I still find the fragrance very unique.

Performance: 9/10
The longevity is 9h on my skin.
The fragrance projects heavily for the first half of its lifetime, afterwards it sits closer to the skin but you can still smell it around you.

Packaging: 6/10
It’s okay but nothing special in my opinion. The atomizer is fantastic.

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Amazon1975Amazon1975 115 days ago
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I really just get ambergris with a light minty coconut vibe. It's very nice

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