Roger & Gallet Fragrant Wellbeing Water Review

Wednesday 3 July 2019

Roger & Gallet have given their much-loved Fragrant Wellbeing Waters a fabulous new makeover. The Roger & Gallet Fragrant Wellbeing Water is available in ten different scents, so there is something to suit everyone and here I have Fleur De Figuier and Gingembre Rouge, both showing off their gorgeous new packaging.
The Roger & Gallet Fragrant Wellbeing Water in Fleur De Figuier is a scent with an extract of fig bud blended with the distilled precious essences of caraway seed along with the sensual notes of fig and grapefruit. Whilst it is a warm fragrance with a hint of floral and fruitiness, I would say that you could wear this scent all year round, as it isn't something you could only use in Summer for instance. The new packaging not only shows on the box, but extends to the bottle too, featuring flowers, figs and even butterflies, making it a beautiful statement bottle for your dressing table. Even though Roger & Gallet call this a Fragrant Water, this definitely has the strength of a regular perfume, and I found that it lasted the majority of the day, without being overpowering. 
I am obsessed with the juiciness that is the Roger & Gallet Gingembre Rouge Fragrant Wellbeing Water. This is such a fresh, fruity scent that it definitely screams Spring and Summer to me, although it still would be lovely all year round. Gingembre Rouge features mandarin, pomegranate, ginger flowers and lychee for an exotic fragrance experience. Again, the packaging is super pretty, with wonderfully hand-drawn illustrations of flowers, butterflies and fruit. The Roger & Gallet Fragrant Wellbeing Waters are available in three different sizes, 30ml, 50ml and 100ml, making them excellent value for money as well as the 30ml being perfect for taking on holiday with you.
You can find the Roger & Gallet Fragrant Wellbeing Water online at Marks & Spencer here, where 100ml costs £35.00.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*This post contains items which were gifted to me, but all opinions are my own

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