Caudalie Figue de Vigne ~ new fragrance

Caudalie Figue de Vigne

Skincare and spa line Caudalie has added Figue de Vigne to their 2011 Eaux Fraîche collection. The fragrance was inspired by a childhood memory of Caudalie founder Mathilde Thomas, of an island in the Garonne river with ancient fig trees.

Figue de Vigne was developed by perfumer Françoise Caron; notes include citrus, peach skin, fig, coriander, rose, vetiver and cedar.

Caudalie Eaux Fraîche Figue de Vigne will be available in 50 ml. Look for it in May.

(via en.vogue.fr, voceditalia.it, journaldesfemmes)

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  1. Paisley Flowers says:

    This sounds pretty. I’ve heard good things about their skincare.

    • Robin says:

      I like their original light scent, Fleur de Vigne — very pleasant.

  2. Omega says:

    I like the notes but when I think ‘spa’ I think of weak juice..you know..light like B&BW or something.

    • Robin says:

      Gosh, I think of most BBW scents as sillage monsters! But these Caudalie scents are in fact very light, like body mists.

  3. Omega says:

    Very true Robin….BBW always stinks up a storm when I walk by. I think I in fact meant body mists. Like a light body mist.

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