Dior Pure Poison Eau de Parfum is a seductive woody floral fragrance. It features notes of orange blossom, jasmine, gardenia, amber and sandalwood.
Price above is for 100mL. Also available in 30mL and 50mL.
Dior Pure Poison Eau de Parfum
Jovana c.28 Apr 2020
Feminine, crisp, clean scent.
Good lasting power, all day on my skin and couple of days on fabric. Bottle is pretty in purple. Composition of notes a bit boring for me. Just fresh white floral with a hint of something else . Very feminine. Not a bad perfume by all means. Just clashes with my tastes and personality. My overall opinion: just a nice day wear fresh perfume, generic. Light. Great for spring. Crowd pleaser and quite likable by others who can smell it on me.
Anita R.30 Apr 2019
I remember when this fragrance came out. I was at the university. Once a month I used to buy a British version of Cosmopolitan magazine. I remember the ad and a little magazine "sample". Back then it smelled divine and like nothing I had known before. It was luxurious and so fancy. Unfortunately, I never got to purchase the fragrance back then, but now I am a proud owner of a small bottle, that is a piece of art. itself. I love the deep purple cap and a lovely iridescent white bottle.
The smell itself is one of the best interpretation of white flowers ever. I usually do not like jasmine in my perfume, but this one is addictive and so sophisticated. It is rich and might smell heavy ( I think this scent might cause a headache). A little goes a long was as the scent is very long lasting and has a decent silliage too. I love the smell of oragne blossom and how it balances the jasmine. The base of sandalwood is deep and warm. It might be a day scent if a woman knows how to wear it not to intimidate the "audience", otherwise an evening perfume. Worth trying. They don't make them like that anymore.
BeeA26 Jun 2018
Pure Poison smells nice - a refreshing white floral that's subtle and clean. With a burst of gardenia and jasmine scents softly enhanced by warm citrusy notes and just a hint of sandalwood, this fragrance is feminine and elegant. The scent is heady, without being migraine-inducing, and the bitterness of the orange blossom keeps it from being overly sweet floral.
Inoffensive and crowd-pleasing, this is completely different from the original Poison, which is full of character and quite a polarising fragrance. Not only do the two not share the same scent DNA, they don't share the same personality, either. Where Poison is hypnotic -regardless of whether one likes the scent - this one is just pleasant. Earlier, I described this as "nice", and it is - in every sense of the word, including any connotation the word may have. The longevity and performance are good, but nowhere in the vicinity of the original Poison.
In short, this is a lovely, refined white floral fragrance that probably shouldn't have been in the Poison family. Here was a missed opportunity to create a hypnotic, sublime white floral version of Poison, but standing on its own, Pure Poison is tastefully done.