Sel Marin

Eau de Parfum

by HEELEY

Femme
  Unisex
Masc
Sel Marin Sizes Available:
100ml $180
0.7ml
0.7ml sample $4

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Reviews
Here's what other people are saying about Sel Marin...
Very Nice. A clean fresh scent that is light and not over powering. Ready for winter to end? This will help. Gracias Lucky Scent for the sample and review.
By   - Sales from KC on 3/5/2019
So many beach scents were meant to remind you of a specific place. I was looking for something that reminded me of the experience. I didn't want an overly flowery or fruity fragrance because that doesn't really describe my day at the beach. When I put this on at the office, I'm zapped back to my vacation days. I can smell the fresh lime I squeezed into a savory pork street taco. I remember ocean kayaking, and cool, salty ocean splashing in my face while seals play nearby. I'm reminded of sharing local food with my wife, and brushing dried ocean salt out of my eyebrows after a day of fun. Sillage won't show-stop a room. For me, this scent is about taking me back to my priceless experiences for free. Definitely worth five stars.
By   - CPA from Oklahoma on 10/22/2018
Sharp green melon with an aquatic bite. Fresh and crisp in all the right ways. Just look at the reviews! Highly recommend
By   - Student from Sacramento on 7/21/2018
Smells more like the actual ocean than any other perfume I've tried. Not overbearing at all. A really nice summer scent. Can totally be worn by either a man or a woman. Definitely one of my favs I've tried on here.
By   - musician from New York on 6/18/2018
I’ve tried these three similar valuable beachy fragrances, Sel Marin by Heeley Parfums, Pacific Rock Moss by Goldfield & Banks and Acqua di Sale by Profumum. What do theses fragrances evoke? Heeley Sel Marin: joyful couple and children playing at the beach. Pacific Rock Moss: young adult surfing or playing volleyball. Acqua di Sale: a woman sunbathing under hot sun after a good swim. To me, Sel Marin or Pacific Rock Moss are unisex. And Profumum Acqua di Sale for women because this scent is too girly/sexy for men in my opinion.
By   - Public servant from Canada on 5/19/2018
All these years, all the world of “marine” scents, and this is the first one that’s really giving me what I want from that category -- brine, clean air, a marine undertone, and a bit of dry cedary driftwood. This isn’t a beach vacation so much as life on the water, and I just adore it.
By   - editor from Seattle on 6/24/2017
I first bought this as a sample and decided it was well worth a bottle. There is no let down if you like this kind of scent. It actually and truly smells as if you've been at the beach in the sun on a salty sea vacation. Its not perfumery, its not cloying, it doesn't reek of coconut, or like tan spray. It smells like the sea. Could last longer, but so could our vacations.
By   - Community Relations from Janesville on 4/8/2017
I love this scent; it evokes everything one loves about the ocean: the salt, the raw power, the allure of brine - but all combined to translate that into deliciousness on the skin. While it's easy to call it a "summer" scent, I like to wear this off season a both a reminder and a surprise.
By   - Hostage negotiator 4 creative minds around world from NYC and travel on 8/9/2016
Great opening notes -- smells exactly like an ocean wave. Briny and a touch seaweed-y, with a hint of wood and citrus. I do agree that the complexity flattens out very quickly, and it isn't particularly long-lasting.
By   - layabout (not really) from Tokyo on 7/30/2016
I love Sel Marin, the best of its genre bar none and I've tried just about all of them. It's the dark salt sea, with hints of wood and a beautiful vetiver. The perfect summer scent, but I also spray it on my wrists before I go to bed in the winter so that I can have a little reminder of what summer will bring.
By   - Writer and teacher from Cambridge on 5/23/2016
Good start, but turns into a very common commercial scent in an hour. Perhaps it has something to do with the sample. I wasn't impressed at all.
By   - Operations Director from Bethesda, MD on 3/5/2016
Gorgeous,clean, mildly citrusy marine scent. Perfect to wear for a day at the beach.
By   - Merman and actor from La La land on 2/25/2016
Another inoffensive and clean scent from Heeley, like Menthe Fraiche. Living on the ocean on the east coast, this does remind me of salty air, beach hair, and cool clean sea breezes. Simple and consistent for me from application to dry down.
By   - Manages things from Halifax on 10/10/2015
Opening is a bit strident but not too bad the mid notes are great, just what I hoped for from this. The drydown was a bit disappointing, very nice but a bit ordinary, nice but nothing that stands out. People often recommend this as one of the best marine scents, doesn't quite make it for me. I still find Acqua di Sale to be better.
By   - lawyer from New Orleans on 8/2/2015
Sweet & Light, summery; smells "thin"
By  on 6/2/2015
Une delicate odeur d'ocean...Ce dernier est donc dans ma wish list, a court ou long terme. Je ne suis pas necessairement fan des sorties de HEELEY, mais c'est vraiment une maison que je prends plaisir a suivre et qui ne me decoit pas.
By   - novelist on 1/14/2015
Very nice! It really does remind me of the beach at Montauk after a beautiful day of swimming and sunning. Goes on clean with the lemon predominating, then the dry down moves into the salt and seaweed notes with a lemon lining. Going on the "to buy list"
By   - teacher from New York on 8/5/2014
yikes. this smells EXACTLY like the late 90's Demeter Rain fragrance, which I wore obsessively. this is a slightly , very slightly more refined version with a bit more staying power. but, if you love this, and can't get past the price, try Rain. I can't stop smelling my wrist.
By   - designer from NYC on 12/29/2013
Fresh and beachy, not sweet, not powdery. The citrus is perfectly tamed by the saltiness. This is a great daytime fragrance for men! I love it and bought a bottle.
By   - Musician from Hollywood on 12/2/2012
I am torn between this and DSH's La Plage. Both are beautiful renditions of the sea air. La Plage is more realistic, whereas Sel Marin is closer to a subjective interpretation. There are days when the lemon in Sel Marin is a little bit more than desired, and I don't get enough of the sea, but other days the combination of the lemon and cedar drydown is just so lovely, and hits the spot. This is such a well done and beautiful fragrance. I wish I can give this 6 stars.
By   - mother from austin on 8/27/2011
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