Summary: This scent lives up to its name in a sense that: 1) it indeed gives off a clean and fresh "just stepped out of the shower" vibe that can really serve as a good pick-me-up no matter what time of the day you spritz it on; and 2) it gives justice to the name "Provence" as it indeed exudes a scent of French-milled soap. I find it pretty good that just two sprays in the morning will last you until early evening!
Summary: this is my absolute favorite fragrance to wear. I cannot explain it, but it smells clean and fresh without being cloying at all. It smells like those french soaps that come in beautiful floral wrapping. It lasts all day long and really acts as a "pick- me- up" for me throughout the day. it is pricey, but you only need about 2 sprays of it and it will last all day.
Summary: Different fragrances in my wardrobe exist because of different occassions and different moods. Clean Provence is a skin scent with no sillage. Do not buy Provence if you are looking for sillage; Provence has almost none. Do not buy it if you do not like soapy scents. Finally, and most importantly, do not buy Provence to replace good personal hygiene; it is just the finishing step after a good and proper hot sudsy wash.
Summary: I loooveeeeeeeeeeeee the smell of this! Favorite perfume, such a strange, sweet, clean smell. Very unique and pretty. My only issue with it is its staying power. I prefer to put it on my clothes to get it to stay longer. Wish they offered it in a solid.
Summary: I love Clean scents especially since it's so fresh and "clean" scented. I don't find them overpowering, over fruity, over sweet, just the perfect scent to lace the body with. This scent is exactly like the description, "french milled soap". It smells like french bar soap with notes of citrus and "soap" smell. It is very difficult to explain but it leaves a light fragrance on the body. The packaging is simple yet it is totally appealing and modern.
Summary: I first tried this in the set of 3 mini-rollerballs. These are a cute & portable way to try fragrance but my main problem with rollerballs is that while your fragrance starts out clear & pristine, with use it becomes turbid & gross. Blech. So I saw this spray, which normally retails for $38, on sale at TJ Maxx for $7.99. It is a clean, pleasant scent---to me, worth trying, but if I had paid MSRP for this, I would have been terribly disappointed.
Summary: I love the package on this perfume it's plain and easy to recognize in the store. I had never smelled Provence before, but it was on a special $19.99 shelf at Shoppers Drug Mart so I thought why not? I got it home and opened it up and sniffed the bottle, mmm...a clean fresh laundry kind of smell I thought. Then I spritzed it on. The opening notes were magic, a lemony sweet soap scent...then it dried down to a cheap but sweet lemon cleanser type smell.
Summary: I don't like to be the negative nelly in the room, and I am generally happy with anything anyone is wearing if we can discuss fragrance. I'm a little old and a little kooky, and if you love it generally I'm with you. But this stuff is... why would anyone want to smell like this when there are a million better options??