Thread: L'Occitane Sale!
Which are the top couple of scent from this house? Also, is this house better on average than CSP?
It's hard to compare the houses because most of L'Occitane's fragrances are single note scents (albeit well-blended) and their bath and body products are quite famous. CSP is know for using unusual notes in unusual blends, and have a special line of vanilla scents. The concepts are different and the products are different.
Checkout the cedar vetyver home spray, lotus edt, and neroli edp! (among other things)
I've found their Eau du badian (EdT) to be very pleasant for a summer morning, as an alternative to the more usual all-citrus fragrances. Don't expect it to last too long.
(they present it as citrus then sage, anise seed, fig tree and black currant notes - the blend works well)