L‘Eau d’Issey Pour Homme is one of the best-selling scents of all time. The original, created by perfumer Jacques Cavallier for the Japanese designer in 1994, set the benchmark for aquatic fragrances, thanks to its distinctive yuzu note (Japanese citrus).
Naturally, its success birthed a bevy of spin-offs. The latest, L’eau Majeure D’Issey, takes inspiration from water as a symbol of strength and movement. The salty-wood scent combines radiant bergamot and grapefruit with an innovative wood note fused with salt and minerals.
If you are looking for a something that’s a bit weightier than most classically clean aquatic scents, L’eau Majeure d’Issey is for you. The heady, yet fresh cologne is a wearable buy with dimension. Cop it now for $70 at ulta.com.