I've passed my nose across it once or twice passing the Clarins counter if it's out, which is rare. It's just smelled sort of generically citrusy and simple, and I've wallked on. I always took this as Clarins' unisex answer to Clinique's Chemistry: a simple, short-lived sort of bathroom "tonic," a light, citrusy body spray, not heavy or very complicated. It's Clarins' version of Florida Water or that orange blossom splash that's stashed on the dusty back shelf of the drugstore. It's at every Clarins counter, but often it's buried at it doesn't seem to sell well at all, at least not on America. There seems to be zero awareness of this stuff stateside.