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Reddit reviews: The best men eau de toilette

We found 280 Reddit comments discussing the best men eau de toilette. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 163 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Men's Eau de Toilette:

u/BostonPhotoTourist · 5 pointsr/wicked_edge

I was actually asked that very question about 10 days ago. I've copied the response below:

Okay, so I'll answer the question in two parts:

Aftershaves

This is a tough one. There aren't that many fougère aftershaves that are both good and inexpensive. The best I can recommend would be, in order of price:

Antonio Puig Agua Lavanda (ignore the literature and just trust me on this)

Pour un Homme de Caron Aftershave Balm, which is both soothing to the skin and one of the greatest lavender fragrances ever built. It's been a little battered by time and reformulation, but is still a masterpiece. Simple, unobtrusive lavender, vanilla, and clean musk.

D.R. Harris Arlington is one of the most revered fougères in shaving, though I must confess that I'm not terribly fond of its sweetness. I find it rather too lemony for me, which gives it an air of lemon pez.

Perfumes

I feel rather odd saying this but the absolute best compliment to Imperiale, in my view at least, is not a fougère at all, but a leather fragrance called Knize ("kuh-nee-sha") Ten. It's a dark, dry, old-style leather, the preferred fragrance of James Dean, and one of the most richly complex fragrances I've ever encountered. It's gorgeous stuff, jointly created by two of the greatest perfumers in history. That said, it's an extraordinarily divisive fragrance, so I'd order a sample of it if you think it might be for you. If you need recommendations for sample dealers, just let me know.

If you're looking for lighter and cleaner, I can recommend four brilliant fougères that would work beautifully with Imperiale:

  1. Geoffrey Beene Grey Flannel: A slightly peculiar but eerily beautiful fougère with heavy emphasis on petitgrain and iris. Bitter and powdery, with rich oak moss base notes, and one of my favorite fragrances of all time. It's dirt cheap to boot.

  2. Penhaligon's English Fern: Perhaps the most "classic" of the fougères on this list, though it's heavier on clover and anise than most other fougères I've encountered, which really plays up the "soapy green" aspect of such scents. Extremely popular in the shaving world and very much a "mature" fragrance; I never feel old enough when I wear it.

  3. Azzaro Pour Homme: The only aromatic fougère on my list, this is one of the great masterpieces of perfumery and so historically significant that there are six individual perfumers who claim to created it. It carries a slightly bitter caraway note and has a bit of a rough beginning, but transforms into a beautiful, airy fougère within about 15 minutes. It's quite inexpensive, especially for what it is, and a little goes a long way.

  4. Guerlain Mouchoir de Monsieur: The "Gentleman's Handkerchief" is my absolute favorite perfume of all time (and, coincidentally, the one I wore to my law school graduation). It was created in 1905 as the brighter, dirtier cousin to Aimé Guerlain's masterpiece Jicky. It carries a lot of lemon and a considerable dose of civet, which turns to a beautiful velvety power on my skin. There's really no replacement for smelling it in person, but it's unfortunately very difficult to come by in US department stores or even perfume specialty shops, so I recommend ordering a sample of it (and Jicky, if you're interested in the perfume that made Guerlain famous).

    Hope that helps.
u/wooq · 3 pointsr/fragrance

Sure! So we're looking for something casual but classy for cooler weather and frrrrrigid winters, all-purpose wear, youthful but not immature, and most importantly, affordable.

Burberry Brit is a very good start. Burberry London might be worth a shot, too. It's sweeter and richer than Brit, trading vanilla powder for sweet, dark woods. A great fall/winter scent.

Tommy Bahama Men (the old one in the kidney-shaped bottle, not the new fruity one in the flask-shaped bottle, Tommy Bahama FOR Men). It's peppery and woody and warm, unsweet, very manly. Similar to Brit except lacking the rose/powder notes.

Versace The Dreamer - give this one a full wear before you rule it out. At first spray it smells odd, almost like rotting pine needles and burning plastic, herbal and spicy and weird. But after a half hour or so those notes fade and work to give a kick to a gorgeous tobacco, floral, and dry vanilla bean heart. Utterly masculine, but not macho or brutish like some stuff.

Bulgari Pour Homme: a slightly musty tea scent with classy florals. Fascinating and unique without being off-putting or out-there.

John Varvatos Platinum - another nice woody that works great in cool weather with a business casual attire. Dark and semi-sweet sandalwood. I am a fan of the entire Varvatos line and his nose of choice, Rodrigo Flores-Roux. They make fragrances that are simultaneously modern and classic, classy but not dated or stodgy. Also try John Varvatos, John Varvatos Vintage, and John Varvatos Artisan Acqua.

Prada Amber Pour Homme Intense - Woody-creamy and a bit red-spicy, it's a really nice designer fragrance. The skin-saltiness of myrrh and labdanum carries a soapy vanilla/amber/floral heart. As with most of the Prada line, it's a bit abstract and chemical-y but in a good way.

As always try before you buy. I'm making some assumptions about your style and taste recommending these.

u/MalthusTheShaver · 1 pointr/Wetshaving

I suggest going down to CVS or Target for your balm...

Duke Cannon Ice Cold or Cremo Cooling balm at Target is about $2.50 / ounce, so $10 for those (roughly), and CVS offers Aqua Velva 5 in 1 Sensitive Balm for about $6 (forget the product size, maybe 3 ounces?). You can also get the AV from Amazon for less, depending on seller.

IMHO, any of these three mentioned outperforms any currently offered artisan balms, and at a cheaper price point. The scents are mild, pleasant, and fade quickly, and that last point is seen with all artisan balms also, so is kind of a standard characteristic.

As far as EDTs, also suggest moving away from artisans, at least until you have funds built up and preferences established.

Grey Flannel is all of $17: https://www.amazon.com/Flannel-Geoffrey-Beene-Toilette-4-Ounce/dp/B000C1UEZI/ref=sr_1_1_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1539875209&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=grey+flannel+cologne+for+men&psc=1

Paco Rabanne PH EDT = $25: https://www.amazon.com/Paco-Rabanne-toilette-Spray-Ounce/dp/B000195QUO/ref=pd_sim_194_1?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B000195QUO&pd_rd_r=9f98cdfc-d2e7-11e8-b4d0-e1b91b9d888c&pd_rd_w=PX1it&pd_rd_wg=9FEW5&pf_rd_i=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=18bb0b78-4200-49b9-ac91-f141d61a1780&pf_rd_r=VGKK7S8TY20TGP2RN09Q&pf_rd_s=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_t=40701&psc=1&refRID=VGKK7S8TY20TGP2RN09Q

VC & A Tsar roughly the same price: https://www.amazon.com/Van-Cleef-Arpels-Toilette-Ounces/dp/B000CNP4HO/ref=sr_1_1_s_it?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1539875354&sr=1-1&keywords=tsar+edt

As is Aramis by Lauder: https://www.amazon.com/Aramis-Toilette-Spray-Body-Shampoo/dp/B000GSVJCY/ref=pd_sim_194_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07HJS653R&pd_rd_r=df727a40-d2e7-11e8-99db-c5033403ba63&pd_rd_w=G03Iv&pd_rd_wg=41Axs&pf_rd_i=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=18bb0b78-4200-49b9-ac91-f141d61a1780&pf_rd_r=CN4KW05R616MJBSDPD6A&pf_rd_s=desktop-dp-sims&pf_rd_t=40701&refRID=CN4KW05R616MJBSDPD6A&th=1

Not even mentioning Brut or Old Spice! (Aim for EDC or EDP in both of those, not the aftershave.)

Anyway, you may not like each and every one of these fragrance choices, but based on what you've said so far, you seem to be OK with smelling like something other than "the ocean", or "fresh". So all of these are worth a try, and a 1.7 oz bottle of any of these will last you for 7 or 8 months, assuming constant use of three spritzes per day.

Most artisans are good at making soap. A very few are also good at making scents, but to me, it makes more sense to try older, cheaper classic scents first for best value and the most bang for the buck.

u/Oodava · 3 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

There are a lot of good cheaper quality colognes out there. Nautica Blue, Curve for men, or even on the higher end of things Jean Paul for Men.

However, what I'd recommend is that you head over to your local Nordstroms cologne section. In most Nordstroms you will find little sample vials which you can fill up with any kind of cologne you desire. From the $150 bottles, to the $40, doesn't matter, just sprits it into the sample sprayer and use it next time you want to impress. Not only that, but if it's slow and the sales guy is cool chances are you can walk out of there with about half a months worth of cologne. Just make sure you bring a fine point felt pen/sharpie to write on the sample tubes so you know what to buy if you find one that smells fantastic on yourself. Good Luck!

u/PressPauseplz · 1 pointr/Colognes

A good buy is Dolce and Gabbana The One(Eau De Parfum). The projection isn’t the best, but it’s a really good date night fragrance. But if you want a more projection, another really good fragrance is Yves Saint Laurent La Nuit De L’Homme(Eau De Toilette). They’re both good, masculine fragrances and compliment getters and you can wear them almost anywhere at anytime.

The One
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La Nuit De l’Homme

u/SublimeScholar · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Acqua di Gio is my recommendation. I like it, Colognemasters likes it, a lot of people like it. The biggest complaint people make is that it is too popular, but most good fragrances that you'll be recommended are popular.

If you want some insight into what MFA as a whole likes, here you go. Yves Saint Laurent L'Homme, Chanel Bleu, Dolce and Gabanna The One, and Armani Code are excellent, in my humble opinion.

EDIT: Fixed the messed up links

u/CampBenCh · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I use Lacsote Essential and I have never had complaints- but I've also not really had compliments. Honestly I've gotten more compliments that I smell good just by coming out of the shower or wearing deodorant. It's like I spent $70 on cologne and the only thing that makes me smell good to the ladies is fricken Irish Springs soap.

u/SuavePadawan · 1 pointr/GetSuave

Depending on your budget, I would suggest you few of my favorite.

  • Legend Intense by Mont Blanc (I just found out it's way cheaper if you buy it on amazon.ca, 57$/3,4oz

  • Terre d'hermes for men 40$/1,7oz

    I wore Legend Intense 3 days/week during my university classes. Good choice, it smells both fresh and class. Base notes (after 2-3 hours) are my favorite.

    Terre d'Hermès is my next buy. Perfect for spring/summer. Smells fruity, woody and earthy.

    However, I would suggest you to take care. Smell is a refined sense, your preference won't necessarily match his. Before buying, you should think about trying with him, make this a enjoyable experience.

u/enim · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

As a guy in that age range, who has gone cologne shopping with not one, but 2 girls at the same time, heres what I wear:

Spring/Summer - Lacoste

Cooler weather - Hugo Boss

Other Cooler weather - Gucci Pour Homme II

I will say that I wear the Lacoste a little heavier, and the Gucci very light - when I wear them. I'm favoring the HB right now a lot.

Realize, though, that not every cologne matches every guy. You need to find something you like, and I do recommend finding something a girl likes off your skin. There are pheromones at play here.

u/darkus552 · 5 pointsr/teenagers

Alright, so. From my experience, chicks dig my Gucci perfume. My personal favorites are Armani Ice Code and Versace Eros. Lastly, another great one is Armani's Acqua Di Gio. All last for a long ass time and the smell is great.


Edit: All of these smell relatively sweet, not musky. If that makes sense lol.

u/ASupertramp · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Personally I like Pi by Givenchy. It has more of a subtle, earthy, sweet smell. I'm not a fan of real strong scents so it works well for me. As far as women are concerned, my wife likes it so that's really all the female approval I need.

u/Nirvalica · 2 pointsr/fragrance

Nautica Voyage. Fantastic fragrance, if you haven't tried it I think you'll love it. Cheap to try too... less than $20 on Amazon for 3.4oz. Definitely buy it.

EDIT: You might also like Mont Blanc Presence Cool.

And even though it's not as well respected as many other fragrance brands, Curve Wave is very salty smelling to me.

u/MusicalDingus · 5 pointsr/sex

For anybody looking for scent recommendations I'd suggest 360 Red by Perry Ellis, I feel sexy wearing it. I've heard people say it smells like an improved version of Acqua di Gio by Giorgio Aramni (I've never used that so idk about that though). Also Voyage by Nautica, it's a light clean summer/spring scent, I think it would be better suited for a picnic or something during the day than an evening dinner in a suit.

u/fezha · 5 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

This is a partially subjective question. But I tend to have reserved tastes. So heres goes.

Nautica, you can never go wrong with this one, its a best seller for a reson

[Mont Blanc, I suggest you read the reviews first. But it's recommended] (http://www.amazon.com/Blanc-Individuel-Toilette-Spray-Ounces/dp/B000C1W032/ref=pd_sim_bt_23)

Hope that helps! :)

u/JMULV_PICKUP · 9 pointsr/seduction

it's a threshold thing.

don't be fat.
don't be real skinny.
don't dress like shit.
don't have a shitty haircut.

optimize what you can. yes i have an advantage being tall but guys can't change that. what they can change is having a better physique, better style/clothes, a better haircut, and taking care of their hygiene. While hygiene is not directly "looks", if you aren't showering regularly and brushing your teeth regularly, that's going to have negative impact on your interactions. Guys should also be wearing cologne. I currently wear Nautica Voyage. I put on cologne every time before going out to do game, before having a date, and before hanging out with a fuckbuddy.

so, to answer your question. looks matter of course but just optimize what you can and then forget about it. don't let being short or ethnic get in your head and fuck everything up.

u/obeetwo2 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I was looking into fragrances (I know the weekly thread was just recent, but wasn't able to ask there) and have only seen good things about the Nautica Voyage scent, I was wondering if this is a good F/W scent or more of a summer scent. If its more of a summer scent, is there any good frugal scents for F/W you'd recommend?

u/Noyungski · 3 pointsr/teenagers

I use CK One as a casual cologne, it's really good anywhere. The only downfall is that it's not very long lasting scent wise, you'll probably get about 4-5 hours. It's a classic scent that is citrus-y and woods-y at the same time. Personally, it reminds me so much of summer. Here's a link: http://www.amazon.com/Paris-fragrance-One-Toilette-Spray/dp/B014G6T220/ref=sr_1_1?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1449206289&sr=1-1&keywords=ck+one

I occasionally use this in the Winter: Salvatore Ferragamo F Ferragamo Black. Jeremy Fragrance says it better than I ever could so here's the link where he describes it: https://youtu.be/ifIhdZdW3EI?t=59s

Here's the link to Ferragamo Black: http://www.amazon.com/Salvatore-Ferragamo-Black-Toilette-3-4-Ounce/dp/B002C8ZX9Q/ref=sr_1_1?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1449206506&sr=1-1&keywords=Salvatore+Ferragamo+F+Ferragamo+Black+By+Salvatore+Ferragamo+For+Men+Eau+De+Toilette+Spray%2C+3.4-Ounce+%2F+100

u/420greg · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

If you like The American Blend this is the scent it is based on.

I also use Chrome Azzaro as it goes good with all the XXX stuff from RazorRock.

I got a bottle of Creed Adventus for xmas. I would never spend $400 on cologne for myself. But It does go great with the Fine Platinum.

u/Frexys · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I'll preface this by saying that your choice of fragrance is really something you don't want to get on the cheap (unless it started off expensive and went cheap in a sale or something to that effect).

That said, there are some good options for around that price range, albeit in smaller bottles. Armani Code is a nice "dressy" type of cologne. It's my personal go-to. There's also Ralph Lauren Polo Red which serves as more of a day to day fragrance.

Unfortunately I'm no expert on fragrances, and all I can really say is that I find them pleasant. If you want to find the right one, you can always go into a store and ask the people behind the counter to help you pick one out. They'll be more than willing to make recommendations based on your preferences. Also, /r/fragrance will help (I'm sure).

u/Diego_Poop · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

This is great advice. I think my best bet really would be to go out and do some on-site research. Although, I did find this: 3.4oz Nautica Voyage $58 $15.63+shipping

Edit: After reading the reviews on Amazon, turns out it is indeed a counterfeit.

u/MrBaconPie · 1 pointr/The_Donald

If anyone is curious, it smells really nice! It's light and fresh, not cheap smelling at all!

You can purchase it from Amazon in the US; http://www.amazon.com/Trump-Success-Toilette-Spray-Fluid/dp/B007OYXCTQ

u/lil_nicker · 1 pointr/malelifestyle

I wear Joop, and always seem to get compliments on it. Also it is a pretty good price.

u/twosoon22 · 2 pointsr/wicked_edge

Lacoste Essential is my goto cologne. It's pretty subtle, but smells awesome.

u/meridian55 · 1 pointr/OkCupid

Nautica Voyage

Some guy I used to know was obsessed with colognes and he said this got the best reaction from women of the 20+ he owned. $12 a bottle and I women do seem to love it.

https://www.amazon.com/Nautica-Voyage-Men-Toilette-Spray/dp/B000P22TIY

u/blackdoglicorice · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

My daily go-to lately has been Nautica Voyage. It has a nice clean scent and just smells nice without being overbearing or anything. It's also very affordable compared to a lot of other colognes out there.

u/VickLaginas · 2 pointsr/fragrance

Both of these are winners and you can definitely blind buy these.

F by Salvatore Ferragamo - Love this fragrance for night and the sillage is moderate but it's also very long lasting (5-6 hours).

Mont Blanc Starwalker - I think this is one of the most underrated fragrances for men. It's refreshing and I would definitely wear this during the day or at night.

u/Live-On-Pool · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Here are some of my favorites. They are not that expensive and smells amazing.

u/ignoramus · 2 pointsr/fragrance

I think you're not getting any takers because you're pricing it a little high for a 'used' bottle. One can get a new-in-wrapped-box 4.2oz bottle on Amazon for $34.50 and free shipping. If you priced it a little lower, or had extras to add in, you'd probably see more activity.

That said, it's a quality frag, and if I didn't have 75% of my canister plus a sealed backup bottle, I'd probably try to negotiate with you. As for anyone else reading, I'd recommend it. A nice barbershop-style masculine.

u/knoland · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Ya, but there are plenty of great fragrances under $50: Kenneth Cole Black, $30 | Grey Flannel, $20 | Nautica Voyage, $20

Just to name a few. There are plenty more (and the Black is a personal favorite).

u/pageplantzoso · 3 pointsr/fragrance

Thallium is nice, about $15.

Quorum is under $15 usually.

It's $27, but Euphoria Men Intense is a really nice frag.

u/ISaidNoDecaf · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I second YSL's La Nuit de L'Homme. I picked up a bottle from Amazon a few months ago, and it's pretty much my go-to night fragrance. It's got a spicy/lavender smell to it, and it's a pretty consistent compliment-getter.

u/sliverme · 2 pointsr/nostalgia

Drakkar is dark and musty, Joop is very light and citrusy.. Grab some Joop off Amazon and give it a try, chicks used to love it!

https://www.amazon.com/JOOP-Joop-EDT-SPRAY-4-2/dp/B0009OAHEQ

u/dogggis · 4 pointsr/malefashionadvice

$60? So where does that fit in the price ranges of frangrances? Is that a good deal?

u/RiseiK · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

What kind of notes are you looking for in a scent? What price point? I like Terre D'Hermes by Hermes for Men. It has nice spice and notes for those late summer evenings. https://smile.amazon.com/Terre-DHermes-Hermes-Men-Ounce/dp/B000JLEZW4/ref=sr_1_2_a_it?ie=UTF8&qid=1496810166&sr=8-2&keywords=terre%2Bd%27hermes&th=1

u/LastNightWasMadTrill · 1 pointr/AskMen

Nautica Voyage

Costs $18 on Amazon and it's $80 in the mall. Smells fucking amazing, I have it.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Inexpensive, okay smell, horrible longevity and projection.

Not recommended at all. You can get a 3.3 oz bottle of Nautica Voyage for not much more if you want a nice aquatic cologne with great longevity and dry down.

u/nerdpox · 28 pointsr/Frat

Yves Saint Laurent La Nuit de L'homme

go find it and you'll love it.

u/minibudda · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Nautica Voyage

Awesome. Long lasting. Reasonable price.

u/StellaMaroo · 29 pointsr/AskReddit

I had a boyfriend who wore Acqua Di Gio and I always thought he smelled awesome.

u/alwaysrevelvant · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Actually...

I'm not sure TDH is what OP would be looking for however. While it does remind me of a forest and wood, there is a hint of sweetness brought in as well. Sample it at Nordstroms or Sephora first, then make your call OP.

u/HarryHungwell · 1 pointr/fragrance

By sold directly from Amazon I assume you mean pretty much any item that is prime eligible? For instance would this be fine:

https://www.amazon.com/BURBERRY-London-Men-Eau-Toilette/dp/B00DKMY8JY

u/Clintonon · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I get Polo Black and Ralph Lauren Big Pony #1 I'd go to a fragrance section of a store like Dillard's/Macy's or something and get some whiffs of the Big Pony Collection, they have some good stuff.

You could also check out: Gio or something from the Diesel Collection

Really, what I'd do and what I have done is ask the lady at the counter what she thinks. If she's hot I normally listen but they probably just are saying what ever to sell me shit.

If you're low on cash ("good" cologne is usually $60-$70) just go to American Eagle or Rue 21 if you're around any. Big clothing chains have their own cologne brands and they smell pretty good and around $20

u/Plyngntrffc · 1 pointr/Frugal

Aqua Di Gio by Armani is amazing and not too expensive.

u/madanb · 5 pointsr/AskReddit

Guy chiming in with very decent feed back from chicks: Armani Black Code

I'm actually sensitive to scents and this cologne doesn't give me headaches. Bonus of this cologne; chicks dig it.

u/Nailz509 · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I just recently picked up a bottle of Gucci Guilty and I'm really liking it. Could be coincidence but I got way more attention from the ladies on Saturday night than I am accustomed to (though any attention would be more than I'm consistently accustomed to). Before switching to Guilty I rotated through Diesel Fuel For Life and Le Male, both of which are excellent.

u/graphictank · 20 pointsr/Tinder

Dope-ass Cologne: Diptyque L'Eau de Neroli

Dope-ass Cologne on a budget: Nautica Voyage

Both get me TONS of compliments.

u/Ljohnson72 · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Terre D'Hermes is one of my favorite summer colognes.

u/fishwalker · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

Nautica Voyage is my daily wear cologne. I'm regularly getting compliments about it. Amazon carries it for 17.95 for 3.4 oz bottle

u/verveinloveland · 0 pointsr/AskMen

always get compliments when I wear aqua de gio

u/brobits · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

I recommend lacoste essential, 1 spray from a ~1.5' distance on the chest below the neck before you put on your shirt

u/Mr_Soju · 1 pointr/AskMen

Lol same exact cologne and seasonal usage for me!

Burberry London in the Winter and LaCoste in the summer.

How strange.

u/TheSavageNorwegian · 1 pointr/gaybros

I enjoy Thalium by Yves de Sistelle. Bonus, there's no actual poisonous elemental Thalium inside!

u/FairyGainsMother · 2 pointsr/bodybuilding

Aqua Di Gio is mah shit. Nice clean, crisp smell. Here's a link to check it out. http://www.amazon.com/Acqua-Giorgio-Armani-Toilette-Ounces/dp/B000E7YK5K

u/Quarzac · 2 pointsr/wicked_edge

I'm a big fan of my Pinaud Clubman Musk, but as I'm at home for the winter, here I have Pi aftershave, which I may actually like more. I also doubt it was quite so expensive- I got it for Christmas a year or so ago, probably from an Ulta.

u/-wethegreenpeople- · 1 pointr/bestof

I went to look up the price for lactose essential on Amazon and this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000GI0S62/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1412719429&sr=8-1&pi=SL75 was the first result.

Not sure I want to buy something that has "toilet water" in the title.

u/Jorgeragula05 · 5 pointsr/malefashionadvice

A decent starter. You can find it at most department stores to try.

u/PretendsToKnowThings · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I was about to say. Their 2.0 oz of Yves Saint Laurent comes to about $35 after the coupon, which is the same as on Amazon.

u/elliot91 · 1 pointr/hockey

Anyone thirsty for water? Have some Aqua De Gionta

u/foxscooby · 2 pointsr/teenagers

Link

What if it's as highly rated as this?

u/Theblandyman · 1 pointr/streetwear

Polo Red or Chanel Blue.

Try the Ferragamo scents too, I like those a lot.

Oh, also idk if they still make it but before YSL became SLP, they had some bomb ass cologne I used to love.
this shit:
https://www.amazon.com/Saint-Laurent-LHomme-Libre-Toilette/dp/B0056Z278M