Finished Beauty Product

Giorgio Armani Acqua di Gioia Eau de Parfum – Review


So, I didn’t actually finish this perfume. I gave it to a friend and it was about half empty. It took me a while (I used half of it), but I figured out this perfume messes with my sinuses. I don’t think I was allergic to it or anything, but my sinuses would swell and I’d feel congested.

This scent is described on the Sephora website as “Off the coast of Italy, the island of Pantelleria is a place where the deep blue-green Mediterranean Sea meets the sun and earth, creating a sense of happiness, serenity, and optimism. This fresh, aquatic fragrance, whose name means “water of joy,” captures the simple happiness one can experience at this extraordinary destination. The fragrance’s top notes rise like a soft sea breeze, bringing forward a sensual blend of cool mint, warm brown sugar, and the zest of Italian lemon. Next, the heart notes emerge with beautiful floral hints of jasmine, dew of peony, and traces of pink pepper. The base lingers on a uniquely Mediterranean trail of cedarwood and the complex, herbaceous accords of labdanum.” It has notes of Mint, Brown Sugar, Lemon, Jasmine, Peony, Pink Pepper, Cedarwood, Labdanum. It is a very fresh scent and isn’t very heavy, my sinuses just didn’t like it very much.


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