I have been using Jean Nate since I was 15 years old and that was many moons ago. Other fragrances have come and gone in my life and I have lost interest in many along the way, but Jean Nate has stood the test of time. Created back in 1935 by Charles of the Ritz Revlon, Jean Nate is described as a classic scent of spice and florals. While Jean Nate is recommended for evening wear, I prefer it's light invigorating scent for daytime wear. The bright yellow and black packaging still brings a smile to my face when I see it sitting on the store shelf. And unlike other fragrances in my life which can only be purchased in fine stores, Jean Nate can be purchased at, of all places, Walgreens. I love the lotion, soap, dusting powder, and perfume, but my favorite of these is still the After Bath Splash Friction pour Le Bain. Along with those favorite songs from decades past, Jean Nate still brings back memories of those carefree teenage years. Love this scent!
Update On Feb 27, 2008: I mention in this review that I love the other Jean Nate products such as the lotion. I would like to correct that. Sadly, Revlon changed the formula for the Jean Nate lotion because the lotion they sell now is awful smelling. Please see my other Jean Nate reviews on some of the other products now being sold. I would hate to recommend this scent and then have you buy one of their other terrible smelling products, which actually smell like cheap soap. They smell nothing like Jean Nate. At this time, I can only recommend the Jean Nate After Bath Splash Friction Pour Le Bain (not the spray version, try the one shown in this review) and the dusting powder. You can try online auctions as well for the vintage products.