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Peony (2010)
by L'Occitane


Peony information

Year of Launch2010
AvailabilityIn Production
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(based on 16 votes)

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About Peony

Peony is a feminine perfume by L'Occitane. The scent was launched in 2010

Peony fragrance notes

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Reviews of Peony

Great to wear on a warm spring or summer day. I was initially interested in Peony because I love the smell of peonies in my mom's garden and knew L'Occitane does a great job developing authentic floral scents. Lovely initial smell but poor staying power. Would stay on longer if you use the soap or hand/body lotions in addition.
31st December, 2015
A good, natural peony with the earthiness that comes with being natural. The dry down has a lotion-like smell which I wish were not there but overall, it's definitely worth trying, if not buying.
20th April, 2013
A pleasamt fragrance for those who like a light floral. Not very long lasting, though.
24th August, 2012
Is this actually called "Paeonia?" That's what it says on the box. Seems a pretty rosie-version of peony; I really love this and wear it often. It is also great combined with citrus or clean fragrances such as Citron de Vigne from Fresh or Pure Grace from Philosophy. I really do not get any bergamot or grapefruit, nor any sandlewood or white musk for that matter, just roses and peonies. Contains a special real peony extract from France. The soap is really pretty and nice, too. I also have the roll-on Intense, which is really necessary to have and carry along, since there is otherwise not huge longevity. Fair sillage, however: I get compliments on this one, "You smell...soft."
21st August, 2010

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