Marlou Ambilux

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


Marlou Ambilux was launched in 2017, an animalic turning into a musky skin scent.  

It features notes of cumin, pink pepper, incense, ylang, castoreum, costus and herbs.  Ambilux is an eau de parfum, edp.

From the brand - "Previously know as 50 ml of Ambiguity. A subtly metallic, peppered beginning gives way to a more resinous heart and powder accents. Elegant, quaint, unnerving, the perfume settles down and sinks into the skin, becomes one with and gives voice to the flesh, warms the pores, exudes once more. A waxen, oily appearance emerges, softly saline. Then, sweeping in from scorching sands, drops of sun spring forth to wither the everlasting desires, those which cling to the secretions of the flesh in exultation, in the throes of passion aroused by this fleeting and mortal existence."

Marlou Ambilux Review

Fragrantica - "I've been wearing ambilux on and off for more than half a year now, and it is my absolute favorite perfume so far. I`m really surprised by reading of how intolerable some people find it. Of course our noses are different and that is okay. For each hes/her own. To me it is not just a fragrance, it is a medicine. I´m obsessed with it. It has this gentle quality of being fleshy, human and sacred, etheric at the same time. The way the skank of cumin, costus and castoreum plays together with ylang, pink pepper, incense and the florals is beyond this world. The whole composition has the quality of being waxy and very dry at the same time. It´s sweet, salty, peppery, skanky. And still this does not feel like a frag with juxtaposed scent play. These seemingly opposite parts that I mentioned come together with such balance that is hard to describe. Ambilux has a pretty minimalistic composition, but the result is way bigger than the sum of its parts. It feels almost like it is a living being with a warm soul in a liquid form."

Fragrantica - "Welp, here we have quite the pissy little lilac. Like, literally pissy… as in urine. Oh, and excrement! This may sound crude, but I mean this in the most endearing way possible. The overall tone of this fragrance reminds me of a rural barnyard smelt from a distance while standing in a dry wheat and white flower field on a humid day. At the start I get that sweet pissiness, grandma’s dusty wooden furniture that’s been locked up in a warm basement for years, sweaty sex, and a deep cumin. As it opens up, I’m getting some of the floral notes mixed in with the rest and a bit of vinegar and lacquer. After a few hours all this mellows out quite a bit while maintaining all these notes while blending with an amberish incense overglow. Not getting much of the leather but I’m sure it’s in there. I’m just too busy imagining myself standing in that field viewing the barnyard animals from a distance roll around in a mixture of mud, hay, and their own waste. It’s glorious."

Fragrantica - "wow!!! this is what all the "sex-in-a-bottle fragrances" wished they could smell like! : ) this is how imagine a 19th century parisian prostitute would smell like, and yet, it's so masculine (whatever that means!); it's decadent and classy. ambilux puts a smile on my face whenever i wear it!"





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