L’Occitane Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau (Cherry Blossom Water) Collection Photos and Review
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L’Occitane has released their annual limited edition spring Fleurs de Cerisier (Cherry Blossom) scent. Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau (Cherry Blossom Water). Previously we had Cerisier Rouge (Cherry Red) which I found to be too sweet for my taste but the original Cherry Blossom I wear most of the time and has become my signature scent. You can check out my review of Fleurs de Cerisier (Cherry Blossom) here.
Now we have Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau (Cherry Blossom Water)…. which I had to translate online because I just KNEW that L’Eau meant limited edition in French. I’m a goofball I know lol! If you’re a fan of the original I hate to break the bad news to you but be prepared to drop some coins because you’re going to go crazy for this newcomer. L’Occitane did not veer off too much from the fragrance we’ve grown to love so look at this as the new & improved version. It has notes from the original but also includes fruity watermelon and black currants which really opens up the fragrance. If you’re thinking this sounds overly sweet you’d be mistaken. The lily of the valley really balances it out and makes it more clean & bright and reminiscent of what we love most about spring without being too floral.
Eau de Toilette ($45) I re-apply this perfume about 3 times a day, because addicted junky no one can tell me what to do. I find the longevity to be average and the sillage to be soft which is why I love it as a signature scent and perfect for the office.
Fragrance Touch Fragrance Gel ($22) I was so intrigued by this product because I didn’t know what to expect from a fragrance gel and I love it! It wears just as good as a rollerball but I find myself using less product so it’ll last longer. I’m also not worried about it slowly evaporating. Something I suspect from a few of my rollerballs.
Shower Milk ($25) This body feels great on the skin but the scent it weird. It actually smells like a different fragrance all together, kind of like sweet cream (duhh) with a touch of Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau (Cherry Blossom Water) and it’s really soft.
Hand Cream ($12) Not a single complaint here, it performs as well as expected and smells wonderful
The bottle design is pretty similar to the original but has red pipe and tiny bow and the product itself is clear instead of blush pink. I also wanted to note that the bottle has a top that screws so you can create or refill your own rollerball.
Cherry, lily of the valley, amber, musk, watermelon, black currants, and lemon.