Dating a warranted flask bottle
believe me, this one and almost all others have been reformulated, watered down, natural ingredients taken out, and synthetics put in, and they all just PLAIN SUCK. It was a bad decision as I feel like this is a daytime fragrance. Two sprays of this and it’s scent hit me like a truck, brought on a consistent headache. I eventually gave away my bottle of this to a friend since I couldn't handle wearing it anymore.This performs like a beast and calms down into a beautifully fresh scent. As an alternative, I checked out Bleu de Chanel EDP and it's basically the same scent minus the sharp/astringent notes. So if you're like me and have issues handling this one, check out the EDP.
It's a joy while it lasts, but I can't think of any reason to either consider it a daily driver or to prefer it over many of the designer analogs out there (Perry Ellis pour Homme, Tag Him, Benetton, Jimmy Choo, etc.) or the many others in its general style (Versace Dylan Blue, Sauvage, etc.) Had Bleu de Chanel possessed any kind of longevity, I'd absolutely change my tune, but it sadly is what it is. How generic it is, and how many people refer to it as 'king', I find baffling.
This chapter examines what is meant generally by “regulatory toxicology” and why we need it.
It explores how drug disasters prompted the origin of this subdiscipline of toxicology, and the resulting drug laws and regulations that are intended to prevent such disasters from happening again.
Bleu de Chanel by Chanel is a woody aromatic fragrance for men which will hit the shelves in 2010. The fragrance features labdanum, nutmeg, ginger, sandalwood, patchouli, mint, jasmine, grapefruit, citruses, vetiver, incense, cedar and pink pepper.
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