Dior Eau Sauvage is an eau de toilette classic. First introduced in 1966, created by legendary perfumer, Edmond Roudnitska, they created a fresh woody fragrance and has his signature luminosity. Notes of lemon, petitgrain, rosemary, jasmine, lavender, basil, hedione, vetiver and oakmoss. This is the standard men's classic cologne that has been beloved since it was first released.
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Reviews of Dior Eau Sauvage
From Bois de Jasmin - "The most magical part is the perfect harmony between the disparate elements that result in an original and beautiful impression. Much like Monet’s wide strokes of green, purple and orange magically produce a vision of a bridge over a lily filled pond, the citrus, bitter herbs, and damp woods of Eau Sauvage evoke the crisp white shirt and warm skin of someone irresistibly attractive."
From Now Smell This - "I suppose it smells old-fashioned, even conservative today, but to my nose, it is old-fashioned and conservative in the best possible sense: it smells like something that was made in an era when more time and care was taken with fragrance development, less with fragrance advertising. I hesitate to call Eau Sauvage a unisex fragrance, as there is something rather obviously masculine about it, but women have been wearing it since it was released, just as Roudnitska predicted they would"