Yves Rocher Yria is a floral amber blend. It isn’t the most exciting that I have ever sniffed in this genre but it isn’t the worst either. It’s a very basic floral amber, pretty true to the genre. It’s resiny with lush petals and a base of sandalwood. It’s a pretty scent and the price is right. Most floral amber blends may be too overwhelming and overpowering for “day” wear. I think of Yria as a lighter floral amber that could work at anytime. You can’t say that for most of the blends in this family and that is coming from me and I love strong fragrances. And this is coming from me, so maybe it is too heavy for the average person… hmm…Yria hits me as a pretty floral blend at first. For a very short moment, you get bergamot/orange blossom like citrus. These then melts into a rose and jasmine fragrance. I pick up much more of the rose than I do the jasmine. In fact, I like to apply a jasmine solid perfume under this to really emphasize the jasmine. It has lots of “warmth” grounding it. For a long time it wears on me as a rose/amber blend with the slightest warmth of amber. After some time, the sandalwood shows up and keeps the blend grounded. It’s a warm floral fragrance with classic powdery softness. The dry-down is a rich, warm, close wearing sandalwood. It does wear nicely on me and the lasting power is about 4+ hours. Because of the rich amber notes, I do think of this EDP as being more appropriate for fall and winter wear. Worn during these times, it doesn’t appear to be so “heavy”.
The company lists the following notes: bergamot, coriander, jasmine, sambac, rose, amber, tonka bean, and sandalwood.
The 1.7 oz. spray goes for about $39. A trial size is available for about $5. Prices are fair for this fragrance and Yves Rocher often runs amazing sales.
I would say to give this one a try if you like Halston Women, Borghese Il Bacio, Guerlain Samsara EDT, Estee Lauder Tuscany Per Donna, Avon Candid, Lancome Attraction, Prada L’Eau Ambrée, and/or Must de Cartier.
5 thoughts on “Yves Rocher Yria Perfume Review”
This is the fragrance that my mom wears. It’s very pretty.
It’s a nice oriental. I love the price. Yves Rocher will go crazy with mark downs and Yria will be such a deal.
I tried this in a Yves Rocher sample pack but I remember thinking it was old-fashioned. I did sample it in the summer and it doesn’t really seem like a summer scent. I should give it a 2nd chance in the cooler weather months.
You should. It is too heavy for summer wear in my opinion.
I’ve never tried Yves Rocher before. They seem to have good online sales. I’d like to try their fragrance sampler which includes this in a mini bottle.
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