I was surprised to learn that in it’s 31-year history the skin care and makeup brand Clé de Peau Beauté had never created a fragrance . This fall, all that changes with Clé de Peau Beauté Rose Synactif Eau de Parfum, a super deep, hit-you-over-the-head, musky rose scent. The fragrance was inspired by the scent of its skincare line Synactif, which includes an Intensive Cream that rings up at $1000 and is used in Bergdorf Goodman’s Synactif Intensive Facial. (Rumor has it devotees of the treatment were requesting the products’ aroma as a spritz.) While the perfume can’t claim to leave your skin looking any more radiant, those who love a rosy scent will feel like a million bucks.