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The EDP suits my preferences perfectly so it is my method of choice and I have been getting a lot of use out of it.

I spray into the air and walk through and do not find it overwhelming at all (and I am a person who is sensitive to fragrances).

It is lady fragrance but I can wear it confidently.

This was such a pleasure and discovery very optimistic and very positive fragrance and loud!

Update: Well I shook it for 14 days and tried it for the first time tonight. The store-bought version is stronger and for some people is a perfume substitute. But for

The EDP suits my preferences perfectly so it is my method of choice and I have been getting a lot of use out of it.I spray into the air and walk through and do not find it overwhelming at all (and I am a person who is sensitive to fragrances).It is lady fragrance but I can wear it confidently.This was such a pleasure and discovery very optimistic and very positive fragrance and loud!Update: Well I shook it for 14 days and tried it for the first time tonight. The store-bought version is stronger and for some people is a perfume substitute. But for $1.65 I have a nice smelling talc-free powder to pamper myself with after a shower or bath. The name of this scent is misleading, because it has been described as "an old lady perfume" by lots of people.It wasn't a favorite of mine in my younger days, either.This is definitely a "classic" and exuberant fragrance. My Keywords: old fashioned bars, women with manners peculiarly dressed, society life, old movies, literature, big theatres, bold, hard liquor, seduction, women with overloaded make-up, ferment. Just not for me :) I have been wearing a sample given to me mixed with Indian Night Jasmine oil from The Body Shop. I like Youth Dew but i find it a bit intimidating however mixing it with jasmine( or sandalwood) makes it more " me". I want to leave another review now that I have used the bath oil for a while.Songs for the scent: (introvert side): Julie London - Cry Me A River (exhuberant side): Liza Minnelli - Cabaret Yes, it's definitely a Love or Hate scent. I really love the newer version, I find the vintage very cloying and too strong, it almost smells like it has gone off. But I think the current version is absolutely lovely, very spicy and powdery on my skin. It reminds her of her grandmother/mother along with Lanvin Arpege. I have used it in the tub and also put some into a rollerball and used as perfume.

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The EDP suits my preferences perfectly so it is my method of choice and I have been getting a lot of use out of it.

I spray into the air and walk through and do not find it overwhelming at all (and I am a person who is sensitive to fragrances).

It is lady fragrance but I can wear it confidently.

This was such a pleasure and discovery very optimistic and very positive fragrance and loud!

Update: Well I shook it for 14 days and tried it for the first time tonight. The store-bought version is stronger and for some people is a perfume substitute. But for $1.65 I have a nice smelling talc-free powder to pamper myself with after a shower or bath. The name of this scent is misleading, because it has been described as "an old lady perfume" by lots of people.

.65 I have a nice smelling talc-free powder to pamper myself with after a shower or bath. The name of this scent is misleading, because it has been described as "an old lady perfume" by lots of people.

The bath oil can also be used as a perfume, and it smells a lot different (and better) than the spray. Add that the main note detected in the dry-down is incense, and naturally we have a divisive fragrance.My aunt wore this to Midnight masses, Christmas dinners, special events. With so many good reviews and accolades to this perfume I decided to give it a try... Living in the subtropics I am not sure how to wear this in public - the scent is like talking too loud and too long and not letting anyone else have a go. Then on me it dries down to a slightly sweet, expensive/department store makeup compact.She was lovably daffy, older lady but she felt sexy when she wore this. I liked to smell it on her while my little cousin said it " smells like church and cough drops". Yesterday I sprayed it into the air, waited a moment then walked through it. Years ago, wearing it at full volume in the privacy of my home, I was unexpectedly called to work to assist with a caesarian on a dog. He never said a word but he seemed to have some difficulty breathing. I’m sure there are plenty of artificial chemicals here, but something about it fools me into believing that there are actual resins or essential oils in here. Many other reviewers have written more technical descriptions than I can, but the reason I wanted to leave a review was to say that I recently bought this at Macy’s without having smelled this since I was a young person in the 1980’s.But now, either my nose has changed, or Estee Lauder has changed the formula.It smells warm, spicy, and very comforting (as long as you don't over do it). “Youth Dew” sounds like the last scrabbling grasps at coquettishness by a woman afraid to embrace her own maturity, because “mature” to her means “old”.The scent is intimate and stays by your side all day long. And speaking of cats, one of mine will *not* leave me alone when I'm wearing YD. I thoroughly enjoyed the reviews, the loves and the HELL NO! This will certainly elicit a strong reaction in most people. The lady at the the counter at Nordstroms thought my reaction was hysterical! Not Nana’s with purple hair, I’m talking truly ancient like Queen Catharine of Aragon or Cleopatra.