NEW Dior Sauvage Elixir

thescentguru

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May 12, 2019
I have tried Elixir a handful of times now, and every time I get similar performance. Within 30 minutes it becomes a close skin scent and a few hours later it's barely noticed on my, even by my wife when she's hugging me etc. Had performance been good I could have forgiven it for being a relatively boring scent.
Interesting. I've given it a few wearing's and find it lasts so long as to make me wish it didn't.

It's a decent scent for what it is and very much crowd pleasing but not something I gravitate towards. Can't knock Dior for building off it's blockbuster.
 

ChuckW

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Aug 21, 2001
There is no doubt it's reminiscent of 80's scents. My wife even thought it reminded her of Polo of all things, and I have seen Drakkar mentioned often. For me, it's still Xeryus by Givenchy. Great scent with awesome tenacity. Could still smell it at bed time last night.
 

techt

Well-known member
Nov 2, 2016
I get that feeling also.
There is no doubt it's reminiscent of 80's scents. My wife even thought it reminded her of Polo of all things, and I have seen Drakkar mentioned often. For me, it's still Xeryus by Givenchy. Great scent with awesome tenacity. Could still smell it at bed time last night.
Good to know!
 

Tappio

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Jun 21, 2011
Picked this up earlier this week, and it has been growing on me the more I wear it and get to know it. I was lukewarm on it after my first couple of wears, and I was getting too much "shower gel" from it, but now I'm getting more of the warmer, spicier notes now, especially as it dries down. I'm enjoying it more as I get to know it better.
 

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