I genuinely think this is the loveliest Green Tea version from Elizabeth Arden to date. It’s funny because when one of my friends was here she smelled it and immediately said, ‘oh, green tea’, whereas when I smelled it, I immediately picked up the nectarine. So, as long as you like either or, I am pretty sure you will like this. Nectarine can be a very sweet scent but with the cut of green tea to knock it down it’s a best of both worlds affair and spot on for summer.
The shower gel is supersize at 500ml and made to a soap free formula so won’t strip off your skin. The fragrance from the shower gel didn’t really last on my skin more than a few moments, so it’s more of an in-the-now experience, but the body cream did seem to linger more. There are tiny orange spheres of honey in this – not necessarily adding anything too exciting but better than a big tub of bland looking cream.
The EDT Spray is my favourite item from the Elizabeth Arden Green Tea Nectarine Blossom collection – it does smell and feel refreshing in a hot-summer-day-cooler kind of way and I could happily spritz away at this. You will need to top up from time to time – it’s not a long staying fragrance particularly and it’s very light in olfactory structure which I think is good for a summer spritz – the last thing you want when the sun is beating down is a blast of something heavy.
The Shower Gel is £14.99, the Body Cream is £19.99 and the EDT is £30. You can find the collection HERE.
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