L’Occitane Pivoine Flora Eau de Parfum

L’Occitane embraces the delicate peony flower again this year for their new Pivoine Flora Eau de Parfum. Last year, I quite loved their ode to the Peony flower so I’m curious about this year’s fragrance although it does promise to be a more greenier floral.

Let’s have a look!

This scent combines peony and the sensuality of magnolia in a fragrant cocktail that leaves behind a musky, woody trail.

The note heads in with bergamot which is blended with sparkling grapefruit. Middle notes of the fragrance are a mixture of pivoine, magnolia, and violet with base notes of a lingering, warm vanilla, cedar, and musk.

It’s sounds rather complex for L’Occitane who normally lays down more feminine floral fragrances.

I’m quite eager to try it out.


L’Occitane Pivoine Flora Eau de Parfum is available now in store and at usa.loccitane.com

  • 5/3/11 14:58 Tammie:

    I’m interested! I love L’Occitane’s Plum Blossom scent, so I will definitely give this a sniff :)


  • 5/3/11 16:07 Janet Shepherd:

    This is so funny, I was just in L’Occitane today & had a sniff of this – to my nose it’s a nice light floral, with a fresh edge to it.

    Looking forward to a full review!


    • 5/3/11 16:09 the Muse:

      sounds lovely janet! I was worried about how they described it, green floral…didn’t sound nice to my thoughts ;D!


  • 5/3/11 23:59 Melissa:

    I just like the bottle it would go nice with my vanity stuff :)) I didn’t like peony at all. It actually made me sneeze. That doesn’t mean I won’t love this one. I shall try and find it this weekend.


    • 5/4/11 9:37 the Muse:

      def melissa ;-D bottle is sweet ;D!


  • 5/4/11 5:25 Nunuiviet:

    I love the perfumes l’occitanes does


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