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11-15 (OF 40 REVIEWS)
Was introduced to Jean Nate over 40 years ago as a newly graduated R.N. by a patient I was caring for. Was so taken by the Scent that I've continued using it to this day. Great to splash on after a shower,or anytime for that matter. Does not interfere with any other frangrance you may layer on. Enjoy when the 30 oz. size is available !!!!!!!!!!1
August 01, 2011
Written by Sherri F
One day 30+ years ago I picked up my grandmother's Jean Nate and fell in love! I wear it every day and splash on some before bedtime.
July 22, 2011
Written by JEANINE
I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS CERTAIN AFTER BATH SPLASH, I HAVE THE ORIGINAL BUT WAS THERE ANOTHER FORMULA IN THE LATE 70'S AND EARLY 80'S. I HAVE A OLD TESTER FROM A DRUGSTORE AND IT SMELLS VERY DIFFERENT FROM THE ORIGINALA FTER BATH SPLASH, HELP JEANINE GILLEN
July 14, 2011
Written by cj
I used to live in Florida and Jean Nate was a must for keeping the mosquitoes away.
July 09, 2011
Written by SATgirl
The Jean Nate scent is not what it was when I first encoutered it in the 1970s. The after bath splash and the cologne are still OK even though not as good as originally. However, the bath powder is totally different, more banana than citrus, and by the evening has developed an off scent. Yuk! I might buy the after bath splash again but definitely won't buy the powder bath ever again. P.S. The concentrate cologne spray really is 0.3 oz, not 3.0 oz. It's the size of (or smaller than) a 'free gift with purchase' of Clinique or Estee Lauder or other such cosmetic.
May 25, 2011
Design House: Revlon
Year Introduced: 1935
Fragrance Notes: a classic scent of spice and florals, fresh and invigorating.
Recommended Use: evening
Availability: In Stock Now