Diesel Loverdose EDP

Diesel Loverdose

A weapon of seduction: precious as a diamond, sharp as flint, guaranteed to go straight to the heart! Loverdose, like a true love shot of extreme addiction, is built around a liquorous and narcotic liquorice. This delicious perfume is a real overdose of liquorice which is illustrated through different facets from the top to the dry down.
Juicy, sparkling mandarin catches fire on contact with star anise, with spicy vibrations.
Strong, spicy absolute essence of liquorice combines with the femininity of sambac jasmine and gardenia petals. Sweetness and audacity become one.
The base notes feature the spellbinding warmth of vanilla infusion mingling with ambrox. Creamy liquorice liqueur mixes with woody scents.

Price: R709
Size: 50ml
Availability: Department stores nationwide.

What we say:
This was the first Diesel fragrance I ever tried, and I remember being surprised by how it smelt. I always think of Diesel as quite a “tough” and “masculine” brand, but this fragrance is incredibly feminine and seductive. When I first sprayed it I thought it was a bit too sweet for my liking, but I think that was just the mandarin top notes. When the fragrance settled on my skin and the base notes such as vanilla and liquorice liqeur came to the fore, it started smelling a little bit more like me.

I really like the ad campaign and the concept around being addicted to the scent, and it having a narcotic effect on its users. I think a fragrance really does do that sometimes as I’ve often spritzed something on my wrist and then find myself unable to smell it every couple of minutes.

All-in-all I think this scent is very youthful and fun and the packaging is stunning. It’s not the kind of scent I would wear every day as it is still a bit too sweet for me, but I think Diesel lovers will definitely identify with it.
– Anien, BSA Content Editor


One Response

  1. I like the name of this – a play on the words Love and Overdose. This romantic perfume allegedly possesses molecules that stimulates the hypothalamus, the part of the brain responsible for attraction and lust. I personally haven’t experienced this reaction.

    The very composition is floral – spicy, opening with star anise and mandarin. Sambac jasmine, licorice and gardenia petals form the core of the composition, placed on an oriental base of amber, vanilla and woody notes.

    This is not in my top 5 but a good perfume overall.

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