I've tried a lot of vanilla perfumes and most end up being too too sweet and foody. I've tried Victoria Secret vanilla lace, Body Shop vanilla and Yves Rocher Vanille. This one has something that other vanilla scents don't have.
It has some cocoa and amber in it. I find the amber makes it smell very feminine with just a very minimal floral scent that comes out after it dries down. It's a scent that you have to get a bit close to smell. Not a scent that walks into the room before you.
Staying power: I have the body wash, and body cream too for layering. Of course if you put the body cream on first then spray this, it will make the scent linger a lot longer. Without layering anything over it you may get 1-2 hours of staying power. After that the scent really dries down and lingers.
The packaging could be a lot better. I find it's very cheap and visually it's not that appealing. The spraying power is very good and gives a nice even mist. It's not like spray gun squirts.
Price: It's moderately priced. Not too cheap or too expensive. Basically as much as any good quality body mist.
A very sweet creamy vanilla. The dry down on the is fabulous! Will repurchase this!
Listed notes: Frothed milk, cocoa cream, vanilla orchid, vanilla crystals, ginger lily, white amber, skin musk.
On, it's a sweet perfume-y vanilla, nicely creamy, but too perfumed to be a true vanilla. Vanilla Fields is of this ilk, a vanilla-based perfume, but with other notes to fancy it up. Pure vanilla lovers probably won't like this, but those who like more floral, complex perfumes with a strongly marked vanilla signature should try it out.