Fuel For Life pour Homme is a masculine fragrance by Diesel. The scent was launched in 2007 and the fragrance was created by perfumers Thierry Wasser, Olivier Cresp, Jacques Cavallier and Annick Menardo

The fragrance was launched alongside a feminine counterpart.

Fuel For Life pour Homme fragrance notes

  • Head

    • Anise, Grapefruit
  • Heart

    • Raspberry, Lavender
  • Base

    • Heliotrope, Dry Woods

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Latest Reviews of Fuel For Life pour Homme

It doesn’t suprise me there are four perfumers credited for this, but if I had to choose, I would say Wasser was behind it. The anonymous fake woods and dollop of raspberry smell like one of his.
2nd February 2022
Fuel for Life homme - Diesel
A 'refrigerated' newstyle frozen-
green fougere with a dry-herbal, cool minty-anisic attitude and bitter-salty reflections. Gets a sweety creamy-almond tonality after a while that dissolves into a scrubbed clean patchouli with light and transparant wood notes. The dryout smells too nasty chemical to my nose and feels a bit too static and non-moving, maybe because of an iso-e-super overdoze that smothers the 'natural' freshness of the start. All in all smells to me like getting hit in the face by a giant snowball.
12th July 2019

This is a somewhat sweet, heavy, dark-ish fragrance that kind of loses its strong points over time. I would say it's in the "oriental" category. I'm not very good at deciphering notes, so this is how it strikes me. Right now, since I just tested it a couple of hours ago, I just want to give myself a reminder here of what it's like. It's OK. It's not bad, but not earth-shattering for me. Since I like a lot of different fragrances, I would have to say my rating would be relative to that fact, in which case, I would say "neutral."
23rd February 2019
This is probably, hands down, the worst fragrance I have ever purchased in my life. It is so powdery/sickly sweet that it would make me nauseous and would always give me a humongous headache. For some reason, though, women liked it, but it is just too overpowering from minimal sprays. From what I remember, the drydown left me smelling like a candy-scented bottle of baby powder. Absolutely horrid.
10th December 2017
I suprised some poeple put negative comments abou it such a delicious fruity cool scent.I have many discontinued gem (like m7 2003 batch.m7 fresh.gucci pour homme.Antidote.and other else.)in my collection but I love this and the other flanker Spirit nomber one amongst them.As I smell it my mood got fantastic so that something overwhelm me to collect more frags.10/10
10th November 2016
This is a fruity, fresh scent nothing like the bottle would portray. It is synthetic but more clean fresh berry than sickly sweet syrup. It stays fairly linear on me and just goes away rather than dry down. It reminds me of a lighter, better Joop. I think it works in all weather and situations save for a suit and tie. It might come off as too juvenile in business attire. I would buy another bottle and think this one is fairly unique for a fresh youthful scent.
2nd December 2015
I didn't love it, and I don't think I hated it. There was always something off-putting about the sweet first blast (was that the raspberry and grapefruit?) but it seemed to settle into something else. Great marketing though, with the cloth condom, bold font and exploiting Diesel's brand and image; I was still waiting for that essence of sexy mechanic covered in grease and gasoline to come through... but it never did.
19th November 2015
Turin gave it four stars and called it a "modern fougere."

I call it putrid - sharp, bitter oud, as repulsive and off-putting a fragrance as I have ever encountered.

Douse yourself with real diesel gasoline - you'll smell a lot better.

Not good at all, but better than using this vile stuff.
2nd October 2015
This DIESEL EDT non a common example. when i tested this i dident actually like it because it was like a sharp smell and was not pleasant to my nose too.I think it is one of those scents that people either hate or love it.

the first smell is strange and strong.I found it refreshing and different from a lot of other modern scent.the effect of it is like a bomb!well balanced and young.

Perfect for when you are in a perky mood.ideal for a modern young man and a Smoker man too.suitable for most seasons but nothing similar to what i expect because I like my fragrance to be little more kindly and Supple.

If you are a fan strong scents and are looking for something unique this might be your new fragrance but if you are headache susceptible and have problem with strong and rude scent neccessarily be careful with this one.
29th March 2015
Fuel for Life is a sweet, fruity fougère that's not too far removed from the Green Irish Tweed/Cool Water clan, made distinct by an unusually smooth and creamy texture. (The heliotrope?) Like many of this ilk, it has a chemical overtone, but it's less distracting here than in some other examples of the breed. Despite its tough guy packaging, Fuel for Life is a very affable fragrance with moderate projection and reasonable lasting power. Its development is more-or-less linear, so if you enjoy it when it goes on, you'll probably still enjoy it three hours later. All told I think Fuel for Life is a versatile, pleasant, if somewhat utilitarian, fragrance. If you like this sort of thing you could do much worse.
14th June 2014
A good fruity fragrance.
In the opening you will get strong, sweet and almost synthetic raspberry note with hint of anise note which is pleasant and unique.
The raspberry note dominate in the opening and make all the notes blind.
In the dry down raspberry note start to decay slowly and give space for other notes to show their faces!
The dry down is again sweet raspberry with a little more floral note from anise and some woodsy notes but they are in the background.
Very good projection and longevity with this fragrance.
If you like fruity fragrances this is a good one and definitely yo
10th May 2014
Fuel for Life is also a Spice of Life... Very nice..!!! For those reading my reviews, you know my #1 favorite cologne is Diesel, Only the Brave.. I am also a fan of that Diesel's "big brother", Fuel for Life... Fuel comes out of the bottle with floral, fruit, and woodsy notes with a powdery finish. It is quite pleasant and I received numerous favorable comments, i.e. the "Wow Factor".. Sweetie does give the fragrance glowing remarks, especially the longevity. I, too, am fond of the projection, sillage, and longevity of the fragrance. Fuel projects well after the initial application and then settles to a level that projects evenly and smoothly without being overwhelming to those with sensitive noses. Given the spicy notes (perhaps a touch of musk), some may suggest that Fuel should be a fall and winter fragrance, I would offer the notes are so evenly balanced that this fragrance could be worn during any season and for any event. The bottling and packaging are exquisite and unique - I am especially fond of the "pouch" surrounding the bottle - very cool touch.. The price/value is moderate - current online rates show about $50 for the bottle - while below the suggested retail price, there are plenty of great fragrances that can be purchased for less. My final tally for Fuel for Life is 4.5 stars. Great projection, longevity, and potential "Wow Factor"... If you want something a little different, but very pleasant that lasts all day, I strongly endorse Diesel's, Fuel for Life. The world is full of beautiful places - don't miss a thing...Pros: Pleasant and Unique scent - blend of floral, fruit, and woodsy notes...Cons: None... I prefer more aqua and citrus fragrances...
19th May 2013