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very fresh and green and different
I love lily of the valley very much: the little white "stinkers", as Meggi would call them, have been with me for a long time.
Especially this heavy earthy sweetness, who plays easily into decay and has finally reached the right "degree of maturity" with my "Le Muguet" by Annick Goutal, inspires me.
The fact that these little bells shine as white dots from the undergrowth brings me a little bit closer to the land of elves and fairies, which I always wanted to get to know.
After all, you never know here who is taking a nap in the heart of the leaf funnel.
Shh, let's keep it down so we don't get in the way!
All these deep, a little dark scents can be found in vain in "Un Matin au Jardin - Muguet en Fleurs/Lily of the Valley" by Yves Rocher.
This scent is fresh and clear and green: this lily of the valley has to subordinate itself to many things.
Very much fresh, deaf covered green of the cool morning greets after the first spraying.
It is accompanied by the freshness kick of the lemon, which is somewhat steamed by the bergamot. This prevents the biting that could otherwise occur very quickly with this ensemble. So here her always a bit musty looking fragrance is a real blessing.
The little white bell goes down a little in this swirl of scent; it plays a minor role here.
The pink pepper adds a bizzeln to it. Whether that's necessary or not, I don't know.
Yves Rocher offers a fresh garden impression in the early morning rather than a lily of the valley scent.
That disturbed me a bit in the beginning and is also a reason that I don't even get into danger to buy a new one of the simple but very pleasant to hold flacon. That's why it doesn't matter whether the fragrance is distributed or not!
Every friend of fresh, green fragrances will feel addressed here and will also like to spray again and again, because the shelf life is accordingly low. But this was not to be expected differently.
Yes, this fragrance refreshes, is green, but for lily of the valley lovers, as I am, it is by no means the right choice.
So here you should clearly decide what exactly you expect.
My choice was clearly "Le Muguet"; this fragrance with the oh, so long name contains too little of these white bells for me.
Please don't misunderstand: it doesn't make it a bad scent; it just doesn't meet my expectations.