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Monday, March 20, 2006

Sel de Vetiver, New Scent by The Different Company

I am not sure if this might be considered the old news, but, according to Cosmeticnews, The Different Company is about to launch the new scent in April. Their sixth scent is called Sel de Vetiver; it is a "wet/dry mix of olfactive elements, recalling the harmony of earth and rain. " The scent was inspired by Celine Ellena's memory of vetiver roots macerating in a glass of water. The scent features notes of cardamom, geranium, ylang ylang, and vetiver. The fragrance will be priced EUR55 for 50ml and EUR95 for 100ml.
As an aside, according to Luc Gabriel, the managing director of TDC, the company is expecting to double its sales this year thanks to the accelerated launch shedule (Sel de Vetiver is being released only a year after Jasmine de Nuit) and to the growth of the brand's presence worldwide. By the end of the year The Different Company is planning to have 300-500 points of sale worldwide. (
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Blogger Christina H. said...

Sounds intriguing!I love the smell of wet dirt.I wonder if it will actually smell like that.Do you know when this might be released here in the US?

11:14 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

I am not sure. The article said April and gave the price in Euro. That makes me think that April is the European launch date. Hopefully it will here soon as well.

11:26 AM EST  
Blogger The Scented Salamander said...

I'm eager to try this one as I've discovered recently that I love to detect a salty note in a perfume. It reminds me of the type of contrast you smell when you drink a glass of salty orange juice, as this is a popular way to intake (and keep) your drink in hot South East Asia.

8:33 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Salty orange juice...what an interesting idea!

8:41 AM EST  

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