Well, with a name like “Brezza di Mare”, can you imagine what this smells like?
Brezza di Mare opens with watermelon mint sorbet with dryer sheets. It’s very “clean” and fresh. It’s sheer and it’s what I would expect from something with a name like Brezza di Mare. It’s very breezy. And that’s my brief review because that is all I have to say.
Really the only thing that Brezza di Mare has going for it is that it is fresh and clean perfume, that is aquatic but doesn’t have any of those aromachemicals in it that singe your nose hair and pierce your senses like CLEAN brand perfumes do. That’s me being positive. What we have is a light fruity aquatic that would smell better in a facial cleanser than a stand alone perfume.
Notes listed include bergamot, sea salt, lemon, limes and watermelon. PERFUMER – Alessandro Morsiani
Give Brezza di Mare a try if you are attracted to very sheer fragrances or clean fragrances. Or if you like perfumes like DKNY Pure Verbena, MAC Turquatic, Bobbi Brown Beach and/or Demeter Salt Air. Brezza di Mare is the type of fragrance that wears very closely so people may want it for professional environments or on days when they are feeling anti-perfume.
The 1.7 oz EDP spray of Brezza di Mare retails for $99 at Beautyhabit.
Victoria’s Final EauPINION – Aquatic melon salt. At one time the world wanted a fragrance like this. Do they still want fragrances like this?