Dear friends, I'm looking for vintage Lauder For Man but have trouble finding information about what diffrentiates vintage and reformulation. The search function didn't really help much.
Can anyone provide me with some clues please?
I wonder if the estimated sign ( "e"-symbol for the net amount of fragrance) on the box is actually a telltale sign?
Although my research says this sign has been in use since 1976, it's the result of an EU-directive - I'm not sure if manufacturers were actually using it ever since.
The original version is quite nice. The reformulation - honestly, don't waste your time and money. I purchased a dusty old bottle in an obscure shop, hoping that it would be vintage, but it turned out to be the reformulation, a major disappointment. What a shame. Another good fragrance ruined.