I have just received a very attractive looking bottle of perfume free to review from Yves Rocher.
This perfume is called comme une Evidence which sounds so much more glamorous in french than its literal translation – as evidence. And the bottle looks very glamorous too, with its bulb spray, like vintage bottles from years gone by.
I’ve never used a bulb spray before and it took a little getting used to for applying to my neck, although easy for wrists. I’ve been using it for a week and I have improved my directional aim. It didn’t help that the instructions on the box said to turn the bulb clockwise, when I found that it actually needed to be turned anti-clockwise.
It is very difficult to convey a description of a fragrance via writing, so I do recommend you try a sample on your local perfume counter, if they stock it. But I’ll try my best. In my opinion, it has a delicate floral scent which I love. And it lasts very well. I’m not very clever at identifying the individual components but the box says it contains patchouli essential oil and jasmine absolute. Delightful. I thoroughly recommend it.
This perfume currently retails at £25.50 for a 30ml size spray bottle, reduced by 50% from £51.
I’ve always liked Yves Rocher fragrances ever since they opened a store in my hometown back in my teenage years. No idea if the shop still exists, but I have fond memories of getting the free sample sachets there. And I love how Yves Rocher only use botanical-based ingredients, no animal ingredients.
Disclosure. This post is a review of a product I was sent for free. All opinions are my own.