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It's my 'Go-To' aftershave and tonic. The scent isn't for everyone but I find it a great base for 'Layering'...Try it will a splash of Bay Rum, or use it and then some Clubman Talc.
I like Pinaud products... but Lilac Vegetal smells like an urinal puck once you soaked it :/
This lotion has been around a long, long time. It was pretty well ubiquitous in barber shops when I was a kid - over sixty years ago. I don't know what it originally smelled like, but the current version is one of a kind. The rich floral lilac fragrance is tempered with a urine/fecal note which may be offensive to some. This note (civet?) was very common in lot of fragrances from the early twentieth century, particularly feminine fragrances - Narcisse Noir, Tabu, etc. While Lilac Vegetal is a aftershave I would not regularly wear, it is a wonderful reminder that in the past fragrances were not always 'clean and fresh'. And it certainly makes a statement in comparison to the current crop of popular colognes which are - for the most part - uninspired.
This is a classic scent, which is a bit different from more modern fragrances. It's worth checking out and doesn't cost that much money.
Does smell a little medicinal but the lilac comes through in the end. Not my favourite Clubman scent but it may 'grow' on me over the years.