TikTok says this scent is the older sister to Glossier You—here's where to shop it, plus our fave dupes of the 'skin scent'

Already a fan of Glossier's iconic aroma? These are the perfumes similar to Glossier You to invest in...

Perfumes like Glossier You: a bottle of Glossier You on a pink template, with a peach circle behind the bottle
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Glossier's signature, hero fragrance has been heralded as one of the best perfumes for women, but if you're already a fan—what are some other (and more sophisticated) scents like Glossier You to add to your collection? TikTok has the answer...

Right now, perfumes known as 'skin scents' are becoming the go-to for 'Quiet Luxury'-esque fragrances, with Glossier You being amongst the most well-known and beloved, alongside the likes of Le Labo Santal 33.

So, if this polarizing scent has already converted you but you want to expand your collection of musky, niche fragrances with something perhaps a tad more mature—ideal for your office perfume rotation—here's TikTok's picks of perfumes like Glossier You, plus some of the apps fave Glossier You dupes...

What does Glossier You smell like?

Supposedly, Glossier You—which is also regarded as one of the best TikTok perfumes—smells a little bit different on every wearer and is designed to create a scent that is 'uniquely yours'.

As for Glossier You's perfume notes, it's both a woodsy and floral perfume, with a blend of ambrette seeds, pink pepper and warm ambery ambrox, balanced with a hint of fresh iris.

Scents like Glossier You, according to TikTok

Whether you're looking for a new date-night perfume, or perhaps feel you've out-grown your trusty Glossier scent (it happens!), TikTok says Diptyque's Fleur De Peau is the ultimate swap.

Users @velvetmelonn and @bosnianfivehead shared their thoughts on the scent, with the latter explaining that it's, "the closest thing you will get to Glossier You, and it's a more mature version of it," before adding that it's 'much more powdery.' 


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Diptyque's Fleur De Peau itself, indeed boasts an almost identical blend of perfume notes to You, including pink pepper, iris and warm bursts of ambery ambrette seeds—so yeah, it's pretty darn close! Where it differs from Glossier You though is the price point. This perfume is not a Glossier You dupe as it will set you back over $200 but it's a great alternative for those looking to expand their skin-scent collection.


Diptyque Fleur de Peau Eau de Parfum

RRP: $220 for 2.5 fl oz

With its blend of musks, pink pepper, ambrette seeds and iris, on paper, this scent is very similar to Glossier You. It's soft and cottony but with an animalistic twist that is both cozy and effortlessly chic—making it a perfect, signature daily scent.

Our in-house beauty editor, Aleesha Badkar, is a big fan of Fleur De Peau, opting for it much more regularly than the Glossier You scent.

"I love Glossier You," says Aleesha, "but it can be pretty one-dimensional and, on occasion, wear a tad sweet for me. The Fleur De Peau boasts the same cozy warmth as You, but with a floral musky twist. I'm not a fan of rose perfumes, but the Turkish rose that peeks through in the Diptyque's heart notes takes the edge of the musk while the touch of bergamot really lifts the whole thing, preventing it from being too heady. It's a firm favorite among the dozens of bottles on my perfume shelf—perfect for if you're looking for something a bit more individual for the office or a breezy vacation dinner."

While this is a perfume that smells like Glossier You, it's definitely an investment buy. But if you already know that you like this style of scent and will wear it, it's worth it. It's also an eau de parfum, meaning it's a more long-lasting perfume as opposed to an eau de toilette—with a little going a much longer way on the EDP.

Plus, if you do choose to make the purchase, you can try a hack like the Vaseline perfume trick or spraying your perfume to wet skin, to ensure its longevity.

MIL's edit of perfumes like Glossier You

If you can't quite swing for the Diptyque's Fleur De Peau price though, don't fret—as we've rounded up a few other scents like Glossier You and some fan-favorite Glossier You dupes, all of which share similar notes and offer that signature skin-scent like aroma...


Gourmand Fleur De Blonde Eau De Parfum 

RRP: $25 for 1 fl oz

TikTok claims that this perfume is a dupe of Glossier You, with its blend of ambrette, violet and cashmere musk.


Zara Ebony Wood 

RRP: $39.90 for 3.04 fl oz

This perfume features a similar warm and woody vibe, with spicy notes of pink pepper (like Glossier You), clove and ebony wood.


Maison Margiela ’REPLICA’ Lazy Sunday Morning

RRP: $85 for 1fl oz

This scent shares a similar floral and spicy blend to Glossier You and is also described as a powdery, cotton-like scent. It features notes of white musk and floral hints of Lily of the Valley and Iris (like Glossier You!)


Marc Jacobs Fragrances Daisy Eau So Fresh Paradise Eau de Toilette

RRP: $104 for 2.5 fl oz

Offering a more floral scent, this Marc Jacobs scent has notes of pink pepper with lavender and Attarmitti Natureprint. It's also perfect for perfume layering if that's your thing!


Le Labo Another 13 Eau de Parfum

RRP: from $95 for 0.5 fl oz

Now, again this is an investment perfume. Le Lebo's Another 13 is a cult favorite scent and with its notes of ambrette seed and ambrox, with the addition of green and zingy bursts of apple and pear—it's a similar, musky vibe but is also a slightly fresher option to Glossier You.


Juliette Has A Gun Sunny Side Up Eau De Parfum

RRP: $145 for 3.3 fl oz

With notes of amyris sandalwood, vanilla absolute, jasmine lactone, jasmine, iris and ambrette, this scent is another dreamy alternative.

Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team, where she covers everything from entertainment to fashion and beauty, as well as TikTok trends for Woman&Home, after previously writing for My Imperfect Life and GoodTo. Interestingly though, Naomi actually has a background in design, having studied illustration at Plymouth University but lept into the media world in 2020, after always having a passion for writing and earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.