The quintessentially French classic since its creation, Dior’s first men’s perfume remains revolutionary for its simple audacity.
Its world-class composition offers a perfect blend of crisp citrus notes and distinctly masculine woody undertones; an eternal favorite.
Fragrance Notes: Calabrian Bergamot, grown in southern Italy, the essence of bergamot is obtained by cold expression of peel. It brings a distinct, sweet freshness to fragrances and adds a special radiance to citrus notes. The light, airy notes of hedione derive from research on jasmine absolute. Hedione's floral, jasmine-scented and lemony accents, used in the heart note of Eau Sauvage, have become classics. Lavender is primarily a floral and coumarin note with a woody tone. Its mysterious, sensual facets unfurl as the top note of Eau Sauvage. Bergamot, floral notes, oakmoss and patchouli compose the chypre accord with classic and sophisticated elegance. The noble and essential accord intensified by the citrus and aromatic notes of Eau Savage.