Today I have a review of the Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum to share with you, and it’s a really exciting fragrance as it’s a dupe of one of my all-time favourite fragrances. If you saw my post on the Artiscent Atelier Paradis Gourmand Eau de Parfum, you’ll have seen that fragrance is a dupe for YSL Mon Paris, and is part of the Superdrug Artiscent Atelier own brand.
Artiscent Atelier have a whole collection of eau de parfum fragrances for both men and women, which are available in 50ml bottles and 100ml bottles, as well as some Body Fragrance Mists 150ml bottles too. All of the women’s fragrances are available in 50ml bottles, and only a few are available in the larger 100ml bottles.
From my understanding, there are more fragrances to choose from instore, but on the Superdrug website, there’s 21 Artiscent Atelier products in total including the body mists.
The Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum is marketed as being a dupe for the Lancome La Vie Est Belle fragrance, and I have featured all of the highend fragrances the Artiscent Atelier range dupe right here, if you’d like to see which other fragrances they have on offer.
The Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum is available in a 50ml size, and also a 100ml size. I have the 50ml size, which is an amazing £9.99 which is great value for any fragrance, especially an eau de parfum, never mind one that’s a dupe for an expensive fragrance.
The Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum is packaged within a white glass bottle, with a rounded cap. The Paradis Gourmand fragrance has a blush pink bottle, and is one of their limited edition scents, but the Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum is part of the permanent collection.
The 50ml size of the Lancome La Vie Est Belle Eau de Parfum is £76.50, so I was very sceptical that a £9.99 fragrance could rival one of my holy grail fragrances, but it is SO so so similar I honestly can’t tell the difference.
I got my other half to spray the Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum on one of my wrists, and then the Lancome La Vie Est Belle on my other wrist whilst my eyes were closed, and I genuinely couldn’t tell them apart.
I own all of the Artiscent Atelier fragrances, and the Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum is without a doubt the longest lasting on the skin, and clothing too. It lasts amazingly well, and performs just as well as the Lancome version.
I don’t know how Superdrug have been able to create a cruelty free version of the iconic Lancome fragrance for just £9.99 – giving you a saving of £66.51 saving. If you like the Lancome version, you have to try the Artiscent Atelier Patchouli Passion Eau de Parfum. It’s incredible!