L’Occitane ‘Limited Edition Verbena’ Eau de Toilette
“Travelling through Provence you can’t help but smell the lemony freshness of Verbena growing along the paths and filling the marketplaces.
In limited edition packaging, our invigorating Verbena Eau de Toilette harnesses the lemon-scented leaves, giving those who wear it the zest for life, and leave them feeling reinvigorated.
No matter if it’s raining, or if it’s the middle of summer, our uplifting natural perfume will delicately awaken you.”
Top notes: Lemon, Grapefruit, Orange
Middle notes: Verbena
Base notes: Cedar wood
L’Occitane ‘Limited Edition Verbena’ Eau de Toilette Review
Hello friends!! Today I want to have a quick chat about the brand new L’Occitane ‘Limited Edition Verbena’ Eau de Toilette. This has just come out and oh my! It’s a joy!! I’m a long time fan of the L’Occitane Verbena fragrance, but this new limited edition version has a little extra something – something! It has all the wonderful crisp, fresh, uplifting citrus notes of the classic, but this summer we have a little citrus, and a little less floral notes.
The classic L’Occitane Verbena fragrance is a blend of lemon, orange, verbena, petit grain, rose and geranium. So it’s super fresh, citrus and uplifting, but it does have a heart of warm, florals which softens the citrus notes. Where as this new limited edition version skips the florals and instead introduces super zesty grapefruit and a woodsy, earthy cedarwood. It’s that hint fresher, cleaner, crisper and more uplifting and it has a really similar longevity, possibly a little shorter, but it’s a nice one to reapply. If you are struggling to find a perfume for those super hot days, then this could be it. Plus the powdery trail gives it that elegance we all know and love from L’occitane. It’s the perfect height-of-summer unisex perfume! Enjoy!
Thank you for reading my L’Occitane ‘Limited Edition Verbena’ Eau de Toilette Review! I hope it was of interest! This perfume is limited edition so if you want it, hurry!! Oh and this post contains press samples! Oh and if you want about L’Occitane ‘Herbae par L’Occitane’, then check this post!