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Not an unusual shower gel... ohh I meant perfume
Clive Christian Rock Rose is one of those cases who want to show and present too much, but can't keep it at all. I wouldn't even blame the scent, unless it was preceded by a perverse price.
Because when you're mean, the scent doesn't sniff much different than a shower gel from the drugstore. The top note is the typical shower fragrance that you know and usually hardly like to smell. It exudes an intense note of black pepper and neroli, whereby neroli is already a note that I personally don't like at all.
Afterwards the fragrance becomes much finer, rounder and creamier. I guess it'll be the combination of clary sage and lavender. Here we come to the next problem. Because the softer notes are still easy to hear, but the fragrance on my skin doesn't even reach the base notes. I can simply no longer perceive possible woods. The shelf life is therefore also not the yellow of the egg.
Even if I would like to attribute possible qualities to the scent, the scent in the heart drops to such an extent that one can hardly evaluate it anymore.
In the end, the money is what you involuntarily put in the shredder for this scent. Because neither the top note is convincing, nor the durability. The latter is unfortunately the point that breaks the neck of the fragrance, because it is no longer present on my skin and therefore free of any good evaluation.