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Description
Eight & Bob’s Champs de Provence soars on one of the happiest opening citrus blends you’ll find anywhere. Sheer bergamot, orange, and a hint of pear shine and sparkle before fading into a classic jasmine and rose absolute pair in the heart. This is a must-have for citrus fragrance lovers.
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EIGHT & BOB Champs de Provence main notes

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Scent type
Citrusy
Personality
Casual
Occasion
Hanging Out
Season
Summer
Complexity
Easy-going

EIGHT & BOB Champs de Provence rating and reviews

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Average rating (13 reviews)
3.1 out of 5
Rated2on the scale of0to5
10/15/2019
Age: 35 to 44
Skin type: Combination
Clean Citrus Flower
I tried this because certain days a unisex scent is what I prefer. This is definitely down the middle. However, citrus is too strong for me... I tried more and more and eventually began to appreciate it. If you like different and citrus, this might be for you.
Rated3on the scale of0to5
10/08/2019
Age: 25 to 34
Skin type: Normal
Feminine
It has a very flowery smell. The rose scent is strong however, it does fade and the other scents come through more. I will not order this again but I understand why some men might like it. Since it is a perfume it does last longer.
Rated5on the scale of0to5
09/23/2019
Age: 45 to 54
Skin type: Normal
Totally LOVE this
I have loved all the Eight & Bob fragrances though. This one doesn't disappoint. I get a really floral aroma up front, the description calls it citrus. Regardless it's delightful and that works for me. If you are one who feels strongly about sticking with traditionally masculine scent's, this one might not work as well for you. It wears well and mellows into a less intense aroma and it is light and fresh and unlike anything else I've ever worn.
Rated5on the scale of0to5
09/20/2019
Amazing Scent
This was a great summer scent. First experience with Eight & Bob and I'm excited to see how their other scents compare. This was so fresh, light, yet lasted well. You won't be disappointed with this scent.
Rated2on the scale of0to5
09/04/2019
Age: 35 to 44
Skin type: Dry
Ok
Not a fan. Reminds me of a lesser version of catus.
Rated3on the scale of0to5
09/04/2019
Age: 45 to 54
Skin type: Normal
It’s Okay
It’s definitely not one I’d buy in a larger size. Has a funky citrus smell when first sprayed on and mellows to a citrus and floral scent.
Rated4on the scale of0to5
08/29/2019
Age: 35 to 44
Skin type: Normal
Citrus and Floral
A really versatile fragrance, and a rare combo of citrus and floral notes that doesn't come off as feminine or saccharine. It's a fresh/clean fragrance as well, and can be easily worn by those who like "sport" or "water/aqua"-type colognes.
Reviews: 2
Upvotes: 0
Downvotes: 0
Products received: 7
Rated4on the scale of0to5
08/28/2019
Flowery
Flowery and fresh. Well likely be buying the bottle
Rated1on the scale of0to5
08/23/2019
Age: 25 to 34
Skin type: Normal
Wore it once, never again
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_(fruit)
Rated4on the scale of0to5
08/21/2019
Age: 25 to 34
Skin type: Oily
Not bad👌
First impressions it reminds me so much of Iam Trash by Etat Libre D' Orange. Very floral the orange blossom and rose combination gives off a honeysuckle vibe but not overly sweet or off putting by any mean. It has alot of citrus notes that really come forward in the dry down. It leans a little softer towards feminine than what I like, but still an excellent fragrance with alot of sillage. Worth trying if you like a soft subtle fragrance.
Rated4on the scale of0to5
07/30/2019
Age: 35 to 44
Skin type: Combination
Not bad
I’m not sure how I feel about it. The initial spray smacks you in the face. Seems to last a pretty good amount of time. But it’s almost to “fruity” for me. However I can see how people would love it. It’s just not my favorite.