Reviews and Problems with Elizabeth Arden Mediterranean
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bonita cee, amazon.com
27 March 2014
Summary: Amazon's disclaimer about a scents and personal perception should be taken seriously. This scent has been described as 'citrus,' 'flowery,' 'woody.' It is none of these things to me, but rather one similar to nearly most of the recent 'cheap' celebrity scents, all of no particular distinction. It does smell better after the dry-down. The bottle is hard to hold, although pretty, and there's a lot for the money. I have not received compliments and don't expect any.
Summary: Did not like Mediterranean when I sprayed it on after purchase@Macy's. It irritated my nose because it was too heavy and strong...it made me sneeze whenever I put it on. Definitely not my best and will not purchase it anymore.
Summary: I like the notes as listed for this perfume. I like the idea of it. I like the ad. The packaging looks nice, too. Sadly, I do not like the perfume itself. It's incredibly chemical-smelling to me. All I can think of when I wear it is a swimming pool at a cheap motel where they have chosen to add an overdose of chlorine to convince everyone how clean the pool is. I'm baffled.
Summary: I did not receive my product by the date specified, so I went out and tried checking the tracking on it to see where it was. It wouldn't let me even check the tracking and it errored out. I sent the seller an email and they responded the next day and said they would ship a new one. I did eventually receive my product but not by the day that I wanted it. I was really disappointed but at least the responded to my email and re-sent me a new one.
Summary: Irgendwie haben es die Arden-Düfte für mich nicht so (bis auf meinen herzallerliebsten "Sunflowers"). Sie sind tendenziell unspektakulär. So auch "Mediterranean". Aquatisch, aber leicht warm. Nicht allzu clean, nicht allzu stechend, aber doch irgendwie "maritim". Summa summarum: Ein passabler Urlaubs-Duft. Aber mehr nicht.