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Eau Belle (1995)
by Azzaro


Eau Belle information

Year of Launch1995
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 27 votes)

People and companies

PerfumerNathalie Feisthauer
PackagingFederico Restrepo
PackagingLoris Azzaro
Parent CompanyGroupe Clarins

About Eau Belle

Eau Belle is a feminine perfume by Azzaro. The scent was launched in 1995 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Nathalie Feisthauer. The bottle was designed by Loris Azzaro and Federico Restrepo

Eau Belle fragrance notes

Reviews of Eau Belle

This used to be my mom's fragrance when I was a kid.
I miss it so much !
24th May, 2016
Don't overspray this one! It's a delicate scent, but as fresh and light as it may be on the perfume spectrum, it still has a synthetic quality-that must be why it isn't very expensive. I love the top notes- but I also detect the soapy middle note tommy_girl mentioned. Overall a pleasant perfume for my first wear, I will update again later....

Update: While I don't mind smelling a bit like soap with the right blend of sweet and/or fresh components, I hate how quickly the beautiful top notes decay into the sharp yuzu-bergamot soap scent. I think it smells better on me to other people, and I don't think it smells cheap, but this is my second bottle of perfume I bought thinking I would have a satisfying fresh choice of fragrance, only to have to continue my wild search.....

22nd March, 2011
Ethereal, yet deep. Bright, yet mysterious. It could be a nymph's or mermaid's scent!
11th December, 2008
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United States
Eau, how I miss this scent! I love how cool and summery it is, and how the amber base just clings to the skin and lasts throughout the day and night. Such a pleasant, lovable scent! I always got compliments when I wore it.
09th February, 2007
A more charming, almost innocent fragrance you're not likely to find. Eau Belle is a women's scent you virtually never hear about and I know I wouldn't have discovered it had it not been for a European friend who mentioned it to me. It's an eau fraiche type of scent, designed to be refreshing and whisper-light - just like a bazillion other scents out there these days, right? But what sets Eau Belle apart is the relative simplicity of its composition; it's not loaded with aqueous fruits, ozonic notes, watery flowers, clean air accords and etcetera and so on in a striving attempt to mimic the concept of refreshing. And as such it succeeds where so many other "fresh and clean" fragrances fall down. With Eau Belle, you get a simple opening of bergamot and mandarin, a very light heart of honey and jasmine, and a cooling moss base with just a tinge of woods. Ridiculous as it sounds, in my imagination this scent embodies the story of "Beauty and the Beast" and particularly of the heroine Belle wandering through a mossy forest. It has that fairy tale quality to it, gently romantic and airy with a lowlight of hidden, shaded, cool darkness. And the bottle design must be seen to be appreciated; it's made of dove-gray glass blown, in an artisanal manner, to represent the shape of a belle in a ballgown. The best light fragrance you've probably never tried.
23rd September, 2005

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