dose carefully !
For me a controversial scent: the beginning is already quite hard, only after about 7 hours L'Oudh smells good on my skin. Something fungal-animal with a bitter medicinal side smell accompanied me for hours (maybe it really reminds me of horse droppings). The silage was very strong, it radiated a dry, warm, even rather dusty flair. On my clothes there was practically no scent development. The perfume was already quite penetrating, therefore one should probably "carefully" deal with it. On my skin I found it a bit more pleasant. It's just a niche scent that is difficult to wear, but you can see its high quality in the overall composition.