12 January 2016


Not long ago Sisley Paris launched the Eau Tropicale Eau Toilette, and now to complement a matching Perfumed Body Lotion has also been introduced.

The fragrance is a fresh and floral scent with top notes of zesty Bergamot, lemon and Ginger, while floral touches in the middle notes from Tuberose, Violet and Rose have been added too. Finally, woody scents in the base notes include Patchouli, Ambrette seeds and cedar.

In spite of the woody notes, it is a very light fragrance, and the fresh zesty and floral scent makes it perfect for a summer scent.

As it is light, it consequently is not very strong, which I find is the norm with light fragrances, but yet, it does manage to last throughout even the hottest of days.

However, when using it together with the matching Perfumed Body Lotion, it will not only intensify the scent, it will also make it last even longer. And all while the light Body Lotion cares for the skin thanks to hibiscus extract , joih extract and glycerine instantly moisturises the skin, while phytosqualane comforts the skin. It also contains extract from frangipani to soothe the skin, Pro-Vitamin B5 to soften it, Vitamin E acetate to combat free radicals and Butcher’s Broom extract to tone.

And the cream is seriously divine. It absorbs instantly, and leaves the skin feeling silky soft and velvety smooth, and with that gorgeous scent lingering.

This is the first fragranced products from Sisley Paris that I’ve ever tried, but I’m really impressed and find that I’m reaching for them a lot, so it certainly won’t be the last ones, and there are several others from the brand that I’m pretty keen on checking out!

The Eau Tropicale Eau de Toilette (50ml), has an RRP of $110, while the Perfumed Body Lotion (150ml) is also $110.

The products are available from Sisley Paris Online or from David Jones

* Some products may have been kindly provided for consideration, and have reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

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