why do these new forumulations have to be "weaker" or "more short-lived" versions of the original? I mean, change the formula if you have to, but why does that almost always mean longevity must suffer? I'm speaking almost exclusively about D&G PH. I remember wearing this only 6 yrs ago while in high school. All of a sudden its one of the meekest fragrances available. What gives?? Can anyone explain why reformulations are almost always synonymous with poor strength or longevity?
The more often you spray, the faster you run out of juice, the faster you buy more.
Everyone is somebody's weirdo.
There should be a law against using the same packaging and not labeling it as reformulated, but our lawmakers have much more important things to do, right?
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Haha...I agree. I guess I wrongly assumed that most or all natural ingredients have some synthetic counterpart and that all synthetics last a long time. It just saddens me that fragrances of inferior appeal can have such relentless projection and persistence. Its like a cruel joke...