Aldehyde 44 (2006)
    by Le Labo


    • Launched: 2006
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Yann Vasnier
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know


    Average Rating: 4

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    Aldehyde 44 Fragrance notes

    Aldehydes, Jasmine sambac, Tuberose absolute, Neroli, Musk, Woods, Vanilla, Ambrette

    Aldehyde 44 information

    Aldehyde 44 is a unisex fragrance by Le Labo. The scent was launched in 2006

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    Taskphorce01's avatar

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    I wear this fragrance literally every night after the shower and before bed. Think of it as a clean, powdery and floral formaldehyde (funeral parlor?) with a laundry detergent-like vibe. Some fragrances that come to mind are Comme des Garcons "Dry Clean" which has an overdose of aldehydes and Le Labo Musc 25. I would even compare it along the lines of Abdul Samad Al Qurashi Body Musk. I think this fragrance is unisex and well done. I really enjoy the way this frag dries down.

    10th April, 2015

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    Very, very medicinal...opens with a citrus oil/chemical solvent quality that segues into a pronounced sweet talcum and aldehyde quality. There is a benzoin note that's pervasive too and causes the talcum powder note to blend in even more to evoke medical environments...or old folks home. Not a pleasant "scent memory".

    07th July, 2014

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    Weird. Like Chanel No. 5 minus everything but the waxy, soapy, fizzy, sweet part on a razor-sharp, clean musk. An interesting experience, but not what I want to smell like!

    09th March, 2014

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    I've tested it once in London but Le Labo could i suppose be found in Rome or Milan. I agree with Lafoebe's description, this is a sort of powerfully aldehydic white-musky fragrance with a metallic and medicinal initial approach before the powderiness starts soaring with all its charge of milkiness. It's sensual and airy but a bit too onedimentional. It starts with a blast of citrus, florals , greens and aldehydes and slides later in a sink of white musk, sandalwood and amber. Powerful but a bit too unoriginal and pharmaceutical.

    02nd November, 2011 (Last Edited: 07th February, 2013)

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    Many of the fragrance houses stay away from composing an aldehydic fragrances. That is because of the fact that aldehydic fragrances are not for everybody and not many people appreciate the beauty behind aldehydes.

    Aldehyde 44 is done right. I love Serge Luten's "La Myrrhe" over this fragrance but I do love to wear A44 from time to time. Aldehydes are not for everyday use.

    25th August, 2011

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    I was very excited to receive my decant of this obscure item (as someone mentioned, it is only available at the Dallas, TX Barney's). I'm not sure why Le Labo is keeping this so under wraps, but I can report it's good but perhaps not worthy of such exclusivity.

    The opening is very reminiscent of the aldehyde laden opening of Chanel No.22. However, whereas No.22's aldehydic strength persists throughout most of the life on the fragrance, Le Labo's fades fairly rapidly. At first some florals and a touch of citrus lay under the aldehydes, and within the first 30 minutes or so the aldehydes fade, leaving a musky, light citrus/fresh/floral. Although pleasant, nothing distinguishes this Le Labo.

    I'm not sure what Barney's Dallas charges for this, but based on the decant price it's somewhere around what they charge for Vanille 44 which is only available at the Paris boutique and somewhere around $500/100ml (per TPC's website). If you're looking for an aldehyde-rich floral I think Chanel No.22 is a much better choice, and at $200/190ml it's a significant savings over Le Labo.

    07th October, 2008

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