Lost in Paradise is not super unique. It's a beachy solar scent, and yes it does smell similar to Beach Walk, Soleil Blanc and all the others. I think I like this one better than most of the rest though. It's very sunscreeny with an emphasis on ylang-ylang, and that is right up my alley. The other notes include coconut water, peach skin, wild orchid, bamboo, driftwood, marine notes and salted musk. It's very much what you'd expect with these beachy, breezy notes. It's a little less sweet and floral than some of the other beachy frags on the market, but I really like it. It could be described as more unisex. It really just smells like having been at the ocean all day, and you've only rinsed off at the public shower and you still smell pleasantly like sand and sunscreen as you drive off into the sunset with the windows down. I probably don't need a full bottle of this in my collection since I do already have Beach Walk and love it, but if I ever use that up, this would be a competitor for the place of beachy solar scent in my collection!