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Every Bottle of Hermès Perfume Sold Tells a Story—Here’s Why You’ll Love It

Hermès is a designer house we all know and love, but personally (being the beauty editor that I am), I feel like its gorgeously crafted fragrances don’t get enough love. It all started back in 1951 with the brand’s first scent, Eau d’Hermès, a spicy, citrusy fragrance that packs quite a punch. Since its first offering, the house has designed many memorable scents that take the wearer on an olfactory adventure. An adventure filled with enchantment, a little mysticism, and a whole lot of individuality. 

Many invoke the feeling of being somewhere specific—a vacation in a bottle, if you will. Whether you’re interested in testing out its lighter eau de toilettes or bold, vibrant colognes, I can almost guarantee the house has a scent you’ll love. Drawing inspiration from Japanese floral arrangements and secret gardens, you can imagine what a luxurious experience each is for the nose. Hermès was kind enough to provide me with a list of its bestselling scents and what to love about each. Keep reading below for all the details.

 

1.HERMES Le Jardin De Monsieur Li for Unisex Eau de Toilette

  • Launched in 2015
  • For all skin types
  • It is recommended for casual wear
  • Recommended for spring or summer wear
 

2.Hermes Twilly DHermes Eau Poivree Women

  • Launched by the design house of Hermes
  • This chypre floral fragrance has a blend of pink pepper, rose, musk, and patchouli
  • It is recommended for casual wear
  • Keeps you refreshing all day
  • Increase attraction and skin friendly fregrance.

3.Hermes Eau De Citron Noir By Hermes for Women Eau De Cologne Spray

  • Launched by the design house of Hermes
  • This fragrance has a blend of lime, smoke, lemon, black tea, citron, and guaiac wood
  • It is recommended for daily use
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