I got the 80 ml bottle of Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau De Parfum as a graduation gift from my mother. My mom has very good taste in fragrance and knowing her daughter well, she got me the perfect fragrance that suits my personality so well.
Before this perfume I had no idea about Paco Rabanne, so I researched and was in awe of the commercials of this perfume. The packaging itself is self-explanatory. It is simply exquisite.
The opening notes of green mandarin, water jasmine and ginger lily made me fall in love with it. And that’s not it. The heart note of salted vanilla shouts sensuality and sexiness, but at the same time elegance. It ends with the base notes of sandalwood, cashmere, and ambergris which gives this perfume an edge of power. All together, this perfume is an all-in-one package.
Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau De Parfum is my signature fragrance and will continue to be so. The thing about this fragrance is that you don’t get tired of it. I’m almost running out of this perfume after nearly six months of everyday use. I’ll be buying it for myself once it is over. Thinking about getting rid of the bottle is kind of heartbreaking because it’s so beautiful.
My advice: Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau De Parfum is a spring and winter fragrance. So, when used during summer, it won’t be as pleasing and satisfying as compared to colder seasons.
Feminine and sophisticated fragrance
Blends well with your natural body scent
My oily skin does not react well with The Body Shop Vitamin E Nourishing Night Cream. I really tried to like it. But, starting with the packaging to how it makes my skin oily, I just can’t say anything positive about it. I stopped using it after three days, and I am not planning to use it any further. Actually, no. I don’t want it to go to waste totally, so I’ve started using it on my arms and legs. That way it works well. I’ll let you guys know if I see any changes on my body.
Can be used on the body
Not suitable for oily skin
Unhygienic and messy packaging