This stuff is so strong it shouldn't be legal. My mother started wearing it when she arrived at her mid-life crisis, and the first time she ever wore it, I thought she ran out of air freshener and decided to run frantically around the house spraying every inch of the air with perfume. This was not the case... she merely applied this product to her skin. It is UNBEARABLY strong and clings for hours to every particle of air it touches. The scent is a very artificial, producty, toiletry-smell with notes of baby powder and sunscreen, and it sort of decays to the smell of stale coffee. (I know what it decays to because it has gotten on my skin in ways I've still yet to understand... this stuff is so strong it's like an airborne disease.) I know it isn't meant to offend the nose, but any scent intensified to this level just STINKS. I can't breathe in its presence. I can't eat in rooms that smell like it, otherwise the food just tastes like perfume. It makes my eyes water. It should be illegal in all 50 states.