Details and Care
What Is L'Occitane Cologne?
L'Occitane cologne was released in 2005 by L'Occitane en Provence. It is a masculine scent with pepper and lavender notes mixed with nutmeg, cinnamon and woodsy base notes.
What Does It Smell Like?
It smells like a walk in nature on a crisp fall morning, freshly fallen leaves crunching beneath your boots.
Spicy and aromatic with lavender notes
Scent Notes (Ingredients):
Alcohol, Aqua/Water, Parfum/Fragrance, Limonene, Alpha-isomethyl ionone, Coumarin, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, geraniol, cinnamal.
Where Do You Apply L'Occitane Cologne?
Spray the cologne on your inner wrists and neck. If you want longer-lasting coverage, spritz the fragrance in the air before walking through it.
What Season Is It Best For?
The warm cinnamon and nutmeg heart, along with woodsy base notes, make this fragrance ideal for fall and winter.
Is It Worth It?
There are no reviews on the website. However, reviewers on other websites rave about the clean, spicy notes, with reviews like, "Fresh, clean, beautiful spices and lavender. Unisex, good for every day or the workplace."
Is L'Occitane Cologne Trending or Outdated?
Despite a 2005 release, L'Occitane is still sold and worn today.
How Long Does L'Occitane Cologne Last?
On average, cologne lasts about three to five hours on the skin. For a longer-lasting fragrance, spray it on your clothes.
Why Does It Smell So Good?
The spicy notes are what make this cologne so popular.
What Makes L'Occitane Cologne So Special?
L'Occitane embodies what it means to be masculine yet elegant, with timeless pepper top notes and musky base notes.
What Kind of Cologne Is L'Occitane Cologne?
The warmth of the cologne makes it ideal for a romantic date or a night out with friends. You can also get away with wearing it to the office or running errands.