Philosykos
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Brand Diptyque

Philosykos by Diptyque is a Woody Aromatic fragrance for women and men. Philosykos was launched in 1996. The nose behind this fragrance is Olivia Giacobetti. Top notes are fig leaf and fig; middle notes are coconut and green notes; base notes are cedar, woody notes and fig tree.
NOTES

fig tree leaves, wood, white cedar

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Customer Reviews

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So fresh and so clean

I didn't realize how much I would love this scent. It's green, fruity without being sweet, juicy, and fresh all at once. I know Philosykos is available in both a EDT and EDP, so I'm looking forward to trying the EDP as well. Either way, just added a bottle of this to my holiday wish list!

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Great - if it lasted!

The fragrance is very unique. I love it and would consider it a staple - if it only performed better. Lasts all of an hour and a half on my skin which make altogether not worth it considering the costs.

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Nice, Subtle, Green Scent

As the notes description says, it has fig tree leaves and that's quite apparent. It's a very clean, green, natural smelling scent. It has hint of an unripe fruit which, I guess, is where the leaf part comes in. I was expecting a little more fig fruit than fig leaves. The fig does disappear in the background in the dry down.

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