This perfume belongs to the Floral/Chyrpe olfactive group. It is a pure fragrance composition reminiscent of crystal. Curious about this fragrance? Click here to chat with us.
Fragrance Notes unfold over time, with the immediate impression of the top note leading to the deeper middle notes, and the base notes gradually appearing as the final stage.
· Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Sicilian Lemon, Melon, Peach · Middle Notes: Hyacinth, Basil, Petitgrain, Brazilian Rosewood, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine · Base Notes: Oakmoss, Vetiver
· Classification: Chypre/Floral · Scent Strength: Moderate · Scent Style: Evening/Casual
·with aloe, cactus flower, palm & sage leaf extracts
·with aloe, elder flower, arnica and rosemary extract
·with aloe, elder flower, arnica, soy & olive oil
·with aloe, chamomile, calendula & lavender
·with coconut oil & vitamin e oil
Your oil version is identical to vintage EDT Cristalle, just as it was meant to be. It has nothing to do with the EDP version, which is another composition and therefore cannot be compared to. The art of Henri Robert is very present here, from the "tobacco" sharpness of the first sniff as I open the bottle to all of the surprises and changes that follow once I put the oil on my skin. Again, a true work of art!
- Posted by Marton on 5th May 2014
Very strong! Not for me
- Posted by Rosie on 18th Aug 2013
I found the scent to be an excellent replica but does not stay too long
- Posted by Nancy on 4th Jul 2012
Although it smells similiar, there is not quite enough citrus; there is also a little too much "tobacco" scent. It is a good scent but not as like the other designer line.
- Posted by Jorja from Texas on 27th May 2012
This is a version of Chanel Cristalle. I really think it smells close enough to be the same, but in the dry body oil version the scent is a bit too soft and fades very quickly. I had ordered a 14 day sample of this prior to ordering the dry oil so I poured that in the bottle. It made a big difference in the fragrance. It gave it more of the edp scent (stronger than the oil) and def lasted longer. The good thing about this is that it doesn't have the crazy dry down time that the actual edp has-which many people can not stand and I'm always careful to spray that at least 30 mins before I'm near anyone so as not to offend. This dry oil has a pleasant scent from the very beginning. I really like it and think it is perfect for the summer months.
- Posted by Lori on 15th May 2012