I'm a big fan of Tresor EDP, parfum, lotion and body cream, lightly applied.
Apricot, peach, rose, amber, vanilla. Tresor in Love is a lighter version
of Tresor, as if Lancome took out 95% of the scent and left 5% - a bit
too light and thin even for me. Nothing special here after the first blast
of scent. I like the bottle - it invites you to spritz-n-go, and fits
right in with the rest of the classic Tresor line. I'm surprised Lancome
is calling this an EDP though, since it's so very light and not especially
I love how fresh this smells, but floral at the same time. I love the bottle. The sillage and lasting power are poor on me. I can't really remember the original Tresor, but I do think it was stronger and more long lasting than the new version. I would buy this again to wear in the daytime but I will test the original to see if I prefer it.
I love this! Wasn't too keen on the original 'Tresor' as it is a little strong and it reminds me of the 90's when everyone seemed to be wearing Tresor but this i sgorgeous! It does smell like a fresher, almost fruitier take on the original. The staying power is great-like all Lancomes. I just bought a 30ml bottle today! Try it even if you do not like the original.
I really want to hear other people's comments on this parfum. My first impression when smelling a sample is "WOW, what a delicious smell" but I have not yet bought it.
Please, give your comments on sillage....is it a long lasting parfum?
Thanks a lot
I like smelling the original Tresor on the right people, I wish I could wear it myself but my body chemistry turns it into peach compote. I tried Tresor in Love for the possibility of an alternative but no. This may be a nice, well-rounded fragrance in its own right but I think of as a better and fuller Ange ou Demon le Secret rather than Tresor's sister. The peach is there but I find the overall composition more bland than I expected. On my skin, it also goes through a phase where it becomes rather heavy before turning creamy. The elegant bottle with a black ribbon is to die for though.