Reviews and Problems with Yves Rocher Secrets d'Essences Iris Noir
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The darker side to iris
9 November 2012
Summary: Surprising is the depth and complexity that can be found in this rather inexpensive yet fascinating fragrance, Iris Noir. I've had quite a few friends point me in the direction of Yves Rocher, in particular their Secrets d'Essences range, and only now am I thankful for their suggestions.
Summary: My first impression the Bergamot is good the Frankincense is a another goodie i don't detect the Carrot seeds the patchouli very light this smells similar to Kenzo Flower but less powderly. a sweet tangy scent very sultry.
Summary: Yves Rocher appears to use the same or a very similar base for many of its prestige-line perfumes. In So Elixir, the base appears essentially as the perfume, with patchouli, tonka and musk dominating the composition.