I’m not sure why but trying to locate the Lancôme La Nuit Trésor Eau de Parfum in the UK is blooming difficult! Right now I think the Lancôme La Nuit Trésor is a US exclusive as I don’t think it has been discontinued seeing as Lancôme only released it in February 2015 . . . though if it has been discontinued I think I should start panicking as this is my favourite Lancôme scent and I would need to create a stockpile asap!

I’ve just been given a backup of the Lancôme La Nuit Trésor Eau EDP perfume as a little gift from my aunt – which is amazing as my current bottle of La Nuit Tresor is definitely not suitable for the blog – so I thought I should do a little impromptu post about one of my favourite perfumes.

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On a quick note, if you hate sweet smelling scents then this is not the perfume for you but as I actually like smelling like a walking sweet shop, this perfume is heaven on earth which is just as well as it is marketed as being a “love potion” by perfumers Christophe Raynaud and Amandine Marie (which FYI is the biggest marketing ploy I have EVER come across).

Though I know that the Lancôme La Nuit Trésor perfume has a pear top note, I honestly cannot smell it. When I smell this perfume, my nose is intoxicated with the scent of Patchouli (base note), vanilla (base note) praline (base noted) and orchid (heart note). I know there is some Black Rose and some incense hiding in this fragrance somewhere but it has been completely masked with the stronger notes.

If I were to be quite honest with you, I’m not really a fan of perfumes that lie on their side – as I feel that they take up valuable space on my dressing table – but I adore how the Lancôme La Nuit Trésor glass bottle has been stained to resemble dark rose and black smoke as I feel that it actually adds something to this dark but deliciously sweet perfume.