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Byblos Sandalo (2002)
by Byblos

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Byblos Sandalo information

Year of Launch2002
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
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People and companies

HouseByblos
SupplierRobertet
Parent CompanyEurocosmesi
Parent Company at launchDiana de Silva

About Byblos Sandalo

Byblos Sandalo is a shared / unisex perfume by Byblos. The scent was launched in 2002

Reviews of Byblos Sandalo

funnyboy Show all reviews
United Kingdom
Bought this blind as I love sandalwood based on the previous review on this page.Love the softness of the fragrance and would say it is definately unisex.If a girl does not like florals this is a nice alternative without being in your face spicy a la Opium etc.
Cant say that it is too strong but would be suitable for the autmn'winter daytime I think.Not too long lasting either but leaves a subtle scent on your skin.To me very natural smelling for the price.
See this is made in Italy ,can comment that I dont often smell a bad Italian Fragrance!!
13th October, 2008
This is not just a fragrance for women. I purchased it in a discount bin at a very popular retail store because the box was stained. I didn't know it was for women and since I love sandalwood I promtly used it at home. As the evening wore on I was mesmerized by the subtle scent of sandalwood blended with the distict but not overly sweet aroma of vanilla which appeared to soften the sandalwood. At work the next day I recieved a couple of "you smell nice(s) from my peers. I like this a lot and will be purchasing more asap. I think its suitable for men or women.
18th May, 2006

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