Editor's Pick: Parfum Divin de Caudalie, a New Perfume Inspired By Their Cult-Favourite Body Oil

If you love Divine Oil, you'll love this.
Caudalie Parfum Divin

Haven't you often wished for a brand to create a perfume version of their yummiest-smelling body product?

Nuxe did it first with Prodigieux Le Parfum, the perfume version of Huile Prodigieuse.

And now, Caudalie has followed suit. If you loved their Divine Oil, which launched last year, you'll be happy to know that there is now an identical fragrance.

It's called Parfum Divin de Caudalie, and it's SO good.

Caudalie Parfum Divin

Parfum Divin de Caudalie (Photo: @tofarmakeiosyros)

Those of you who aren't into "perfumey" smells will especially love it, as it's more of a skin scent, and a little spa-like, too, without being overtly floral or fruity.

Here are the notes: 

  • Top notes: grapefruit, pink peppercorn, white peach
  • Middle notes: violet, jasmine, Moroccan rose essence, Bulgarian rose absolute
  • Base notes: vanilla, Virginian cedar, musk

Parfum Divin doesn't really smell like roses or vanilla, though. I would describe it as clean, slightly sweet, a little bit woodsy and a little bit soapy. A scent that stays close to your skin, rather than hitting people over the head! 

In fact, it belongs to the category of fragrances known as "skin scents"—and it's probably the best one I've tried. (Better than Clean Skin, Voyage d'Hermès and Estée Lauder Bronze Goddess, to name a few!)

Like all Caudalie products, it includes no parabens, phenoxyethanol, phthalates, mineral oils or animal-derived ingredients.

As you can see, it comes in a mirrored bottle with a beechwood stopper, which feels a little more organic, décor-wise, versus some flashy fragrance packaging.

The bottom line? I can't recommend Parfum Divin enough—especially now that you can just mist it on instead of dousing yourself in oil!

Have you tried Parfum Divin? 

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