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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!
Youth-Dew by Estée Lauder is a Oriental Spicy fragrance for women. The nose behind this fragrance is Josephine Catapano.
Top notes are aldehydes, orange, spices, peach, bergamot, narcissus and lavender; middle notes are cinnamon, cassia, orchid, jasmine, cloves, ylang-ylang, rose, lily-of-the-valley and spicy notes; base notes are tolu balsam, peru balsam, amber, patchouli, musk, vanilla, oakmoss, vetiver and incense.
I have a current version and can only imagine that those describing a sillage monster must have vintage or original formulas.
I think there’s a good chance that Estée Lauder must have dialed this back over the years.
(I'm not always talking about vintage formulas-- just scents that have been around forever, and capture another era) I was too early in my vintage exploration to appreciate YD EDP, and I sold it immediately. And the creamy, dreamy incense-root beer was divine. ;) So, I'm still without an EDP of YD, but between the vintage cologne and the new bath oil, I feel like I have everything I need. plus my swap partner mentioned that newer formulas of YD EDP are loaded with laundry musk... I have no prob with soapy/laundry/powder, in fact I ADORE vintage aldehydes. It's a little sweeter and spicier than AE but quite close in scent and has better longevity on my skin.
The booming incense aroma is dense and substantial, and to me, it feels luxurious to the point of self-indulgence (which suits me just fine, frankly). My skin seems to "eat" fragrance, so I do not experience the cloying sillage monster that others seem to get. This is the absolute best type of fragrance to wear during the winter. Spritz on Youth Dew, wrap yourself in a blanket, and sit next to the fire. Sweet cinnamon, spicy warming clove, earthy patchouli, smoky incense, bitter citrusy bergamot.... This is an autumn/winter fragrance with a vintage feel for a femme fatale who is not afraid to leave a lasting impression. I still keep a small bottle of the bath oil to sniff whenever I crave something spicy, rich, breathtaking... I truly believe that if you know what to expect from this, then you have a good chance of enjoying it.
You can wear this one to get noticed, but the only person you're *really* wearing YD for is yourself. I work from home so I wear it all day, but if I'm going out, this one comes with me at night only. Don't throw on cut off jean shorts and a tee, then try to rock YD -- unless you're purposely wanting to be crude (and why would you ever want to do that on purpose, dahlings? I am in my 20s and do not think this scent is at all inappropriate for me. Sometimes I sneak a tiny amount just to enjoy a faint whiff of the scent, but my husband can smell one measly molecule of Youth Dew a mile away, and he loathes this fragrance like no other. First off, if you’ve never smelled it before, you might imagine something with a name like Youth-Dew to smell like Stella EDT - rosey, mild, innocent. It’s a conundrum to me because this smells ancient.
I also smell a note in there that reminds me of Coca-Cola. I recommend trying the bath oil, if you don't like the spray. To many reviewers this seems to be the case, and “old” is decidedly “bad”.
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.