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Often described as a powdery, floral perfume, it contains a variety of citrus, woodsy and sweet notes. The top notes of bergamot, mandarin and grapefruit blossom burst and sparkle upon introduction to the nose of the wearer and her companions. The heart notes of iris, gardenia, lily of the valley and camellia provide the perfume and promise of unfurling petals. The base notes of sandalwood and creamy white musk give the fragrance a clean, warm finish, signifying abundant style.

Benefits

  • powdery, floral, citrus, woodsy and sweet notes
  • Top Notes: bergamot, mandarin and grapefruit blossom
  • Middle Notes: iris, gardenia, lily of the valley and camellia
  • Base Notes: sandalwood and creamy white musk
  • Country of Origin: Spain

Please see the Usage & Ingredients tab for how to use and ingredient information.

Disclaimer: Flammable//Please note: Cannot ship to PO Boxes and cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands or Guam

Fragrance Types:
The concentration of aromatic compounds determines the fragrance type. Most fragrances are mixed with alcohol or water to dilute them, as pure perfume could be overpowering. Fragrances labeled as simply "perfume" contain the highest concentration of compounds, for a more intense, longer-lasting scent. While compound concentration is not regulated in fragrances, typically eau de parfum contains less than 20%. Some people with sensitive skin prefer fewer aromatic compounds, such as an eau de parfum, or eau de toilette, which usually contains less than 15% perfume oil. Another option is eau de cologne, which usually contains under 5% aromatic compounds.Fragrance Types:
The concentration of aromatic compounds determines the fragrance type. Most fragrances are mixed with alcohol or water to dilute them, as pure perfume could be overpowering. Fragrances labeled as simply "perfume" contain the highest concentration of compounds, for a more intense, longer-lasting scent. While compound concentration is not regulated in fragrances, typically eau de parfum contains less than 20%. Some people with sensitive skin prefer fewer aromatic compounds, such as an eau de parfum, or eau de toilette, which usually contains less than 15% perfume oil. Another option is eau de cologne, which usually contains under 5% aromatic compounds.

How To Use

Average Days of Supply: Depends on use

Ingredients

ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), AQUA (WATER), BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, LINALOOL, LIMONENE, ALPHA ISOMETHYL IONONE, HEXYL CINNAMAL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, CITRONELLOL GERANIOL, CITRAL, BENZYL BENZOATE. Disclaimer: Ingredient list may vary. Please refer to the list on the packaging.

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