Serge Lutens Jeux De Peau Fragrance Review
Got a craving for syrup-soaked hot buttery pastries right out of the range? Then grab a knife and fork! Iconic perfumer Serge Lutens has bottled perhaps the most sumptuous lip-smacking treat that will surely satisfy your sweet cravings, and not put on a single pound!
Jeux de Peau is a finger-licking gourmand oriental launched in 2011 that evokes all the delightful feelings of standing in a Parisian patisserie – its olfactory pyramid reads like a shopping list for a candy store: warm milk, coconut, liquorice, apricot, spices and amber... all of which furnish this perfume with a 'comfort-food' quality that one simply can't resist. What is perhaps more incredible, is that it feels somehow honest – less synthetic and sugary, and more pastry-chef! Imagine hot, buttery pear and almond fragipanes, straight from the oven... the experience of this scent on skin is nothing short of ravishing. Serge Lutens has woven a little culinary magic into the tapestry of this perfume, and it is something to be celebrated. If you like it hot and buttered, then Jeux de Peau is sure to be your jam!