It’s the fragrance launch every Nuxe fan has been waiting for. After years of eagerly waiting, French skincare brand Nuxe has unveiled the cult-favourite Reve de Miel as a perfume. It smells even more incredible than we could have imagined. Here’s what you need to know…
This Fragrance Smells Like…
The Reve de Miel Fragrant Water smells delicious and comforting all at once. Honey is the star of the show, sweet and mouthwatering, but it’s brightened with citrus top notes, which give the scent an uplifting feel, while orange blossom in the heart brings elegance and plushness. In the base, warm, velvety nuances of sandalwood and tonka bean give the gourmand aroma a luxurious and sensorial edge.
What’s The Story Behind This Scent?
The Reve de Miel Delectable Fragrance Water’s release is all down to the fans of the range. Nuxe Reve de Miel has been adored for many years for its nourishing formulas and its honeyed smell. Lovers of the range have been eagerly anticipating a perfume encapsulating the scent, and finally, it’s here.
You Will Love This If…
If you love the Reve de Miel range, this is a no-brainer perfume pick for you. Equally, if sweet scents are your jam, you need this in your collection. Honey is front and centre in the composition but also orange blossom and sandalwood.
This Perfume Smells Similar To:
It may seem obvious to say, but honey. It’s a floral honey scent that, in the base, has notes that pare-back its sweetness and give a sexier, more luxe feeling to the fragrance.
Is Reve de Miel Delectable Fragrant Water Unisex?
Men and women can enjoy this scent – all that matters is that you’re a lover of honeyed scents!
What’s The Longevity Like?
As an Eau de Toilette, this scent can be smelt on the skin for typically 6 hours.
What’s Special About The Bottle?
The Reve de Miel perfume will stand out against the rest of your perfume collection. It’s tall, rounded and slimline, which is handy if you’re a fan of carrying your scent around with you.
The gradient yellow, orange and brown colourway of the bottle marries with the notes inside; the story of honey starts before you even have your first spritz.