Reviews and Problems with Giorgio Armani Acqua Di Gioia
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Diluted or Old
4 April 2015
Summary: Ordered this to simply replace the my current bottle that ran out. Though it smells the same it takes about 4 times the amount to get the job done and it does not last the day like it should. Definitely a diluted or maybe just old bottle is what I got. I will not be ordering from this seller again.
Summary: Minty lime notes start it off, followed by a candy sugary drydown - the whole thing is more synthetic than a chemist's lab. Bland overall and boring. It lasts two hours only on my skin - that might not be such a bad thing after all...
Summary: This scent is just overpowering for me. What I smell when I put it on is a very strong lemony, floral scent. The floral notes are way to strong for me. For me, the harshness continues even after the scent dries down.
Summary: I was personally not impressed w/this perfume...I have always loved the original Aqua Di Gio for Women & for Men...& this smells like alcohol more than anything...Even after it settles & has been on your skin for a few minutes...it still carries the aroma of alcohol...Maybe it's just me..
Summary: I loved the Mens Acqua Di Gioa So when they came out with the womens I had to have it. I bought one off of Amazon. I was so thrilled to get it and it smelled FANTASTIC. However the only time I could really smell it was when It was first sprayed. The smell doesn't last.
Summary: If the lemon and mint lasted a little longer than a few seconds on me I might actually like this, but the jasmine blooms on my skin and I want to run away from it. Would not have bought if I'd realized it contained jasmine. Way too perfum-y for my taste. I'm not feeling the joy.