Summary: A classic that I have just repurchased. I always used to have a bottle of this on the go but have not had any for 5 years or so. I saw it in store today and one sniff and I had to buy. Love this scent. Citrussy and woody at the same time. I always feel classy wearing this. Love the classic red heavy glass bottle - looks like a red boiled sweet!
Summary: This was recommended to me as a lighter version of EL Azuree, and it is indeed very similar. It's a bit spicy in the drydown, but not too much. The patchouli is apparent but not heavy; in fact, nothing in this fragrance is heavy. It is refreshing, but the spice and earthy notes would make it work in colder weather as well. If I were unable to get my beloved Eau du Sud, this would be a worthy alternative.
Summary: A fragrance I have worn for over 20 years and is still my favourite. Its a lovely feminine citrus fragrance and not a traditional perfume smell. The only negative I have is that the fragrance is not long lasting - although the body lotion does last longer
Summary: I have used this for years and it is still my favourite. It is my perfume staple. The largest size I bought was 500ml, but sadly this size is no longer available where I live. On the few days when my skin is too dry for any type of cleanser, I just splash my face with water mixed with a few drops of Eau Dynamisante and my skin feels soft and smooth. I also use the blue one, another staple of mine.
Summary: Eau Dynamisante has been my go-to fragrance since I first discovered it 15 years ago. I'm picky about scents and have rejected entire categories of products due to smells deemed overpowering or unpleasant (I'm looking at you, L'Oreal hair care and Garnier everything). Most commercial scents smell syrupy or synthetic to me, but Eau Dynamisante was a revelation: it was earthy, complex, and didn't smell like it was derived from a vat of chemicals.
Summary: I was perusing the Clarins makeup counter when the sales lady asked if she could spray this on me and I obliged. I was instantly hooked! I left the store without buying it but I couldn't stop smelling my wrists so I just had to get it a few days later. I am a sucker for lemon and citrus scents and love the lemon top notes this spray has. At first you smell the citrus and after a few moments the patchouli and spices come out.
Summary: Top notes: orange, coriander, caraway and amalfi lemon Midddle notes: rosemary, carnation and cardamom Base note: patchouli The first thing you notice about Clarins fragrances is that their bottles look like facial toner, or makeup remover and not perfume, so the first sniff is always very "blind". You don't really know what you are sniffing, or what you are supposed to do with it, and Eau Dynamisante is no different.
Summary: Before there was Origins, Aveda and other natural skincare lines, there was Clarins. Before aromatherapy became mainstream there was Clarins. Before botanicals were the big thing, Clarins was using them and before CK One was unisex there was Eau Dynamisante. Fresh, crisp, herbal, citrusy and invigorating, its the smell of summer for me. My husband always uses my bottle in the summer and it smells different on each of us.
Summary: I've been using Eau Dynamisante for years and I could have sworn I'd reviewed it already...but I guess not. This is a very clean, very citrusy bitter lemon sort of smelling spray and I love it in summertime, when the weather is hot and muggy and I'm overheated and grumpy! I have a tiny sample bottle of this product that I constantly refill from my larger bottles (one is VERY large and I got it in a special promotion and it comes with one of those atomizers that you pump...