Eau Sauvage by Dior is an “Eau de Toilette” for men with citrus and aromatic olfactory notes. It was the first masculine fragrance of the Maison Dior, to revolutionize the market of perfumery of the moment. A creation full of innovative ideas and unique and exquisite smell. This fragrance was created in 1966 by perfumer Edmond Roudnitska. It is inspired by a seducer and wild man, a man without artifice and transparent, a highly virile man, lover of freshness, natural and prepared to leave an indelible mark wherever you go smell. Its revolutionary awakening explosively begins with fresh notes like rosemary, caraway, fruity notes, basil, bergamot and lemon; then step coriander, carnation, sandalwood, patchouli, orris, jasmine and rose open, innovative and soft elements that create a magnificent mattress to finish with amber, musk, oakmoss and vetiver, more intensive and virile shades bring you responsible for the so remarkable wild pitch.
FLOWERS VIRILE. Dior was the first company to incorporate haute perfumery flowers in a masculine fragrance, creating a high expectation for the launch of this perfume.
PIONEERS OF MASCULINE SECTOR. Eau Sauvage was the first step of Dior to start in the men's sector. Following its successful launch, the Maison also decided to enter the field of fashion for men, ushering in the prestigious empire harvesting today.
PERFUME OF REFERENCE. This fragrance was the reference of the fresh scents for men, staying until today one of the best selling perfumes and more devoted followers of the market.
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Olfactory family: Citrus Aromatic.
Top notes: Rose Mary, caraway, fruity notes, basil, bergamot and lemon.
Eau Sauvage by Dior is a citrus scent fragrance. Because of its scent silhouette it is the ideal choice for daily use during every month of the year. Although characterized by its fresh character, it is long-lasting and has excellent projection. This fragrance is recommended for men between 30 and 55 years old, sexy and savage, who know how to balance these two features in perfect harmony.
To make your scent last longer, apply your fragrance to your wrists and behind the ear lobe. These pulse points have a temperature superior to the rest of the body, and this will help the fragrance to evaporate slower. Avoid spraying perfume on the clothes as it can stain, damage and alter certain fabrics. To prolong the longevity of the fragrance, we recommend using products from the same range such as shower gels, body lotions or deodorants.
Protect your fragrance from direct sunlight and heat, otherwise it could alter the composition of the fragrance and escape.