Yves Rocher So Elixir Purple
Yves Rocher So Elixir Purple - perfume for women
So Elixir Purple by Yves Rocher - "An intoxicating and magnetic fragrance to reveal your powers of seduction! A unique combination of an incredibly feminine infusion of the Tuberose with essential oil of Vetiver and Patchouli in a magnetic floral woody elixir." --yvesrocherusa.com
|Perfume House||Yves Rocher|
|Tagline||Reveal your seductive power!|
|Scent Classification||Woody Floral|
|Fragrance Notes||Tuberose, vetiver, bergamot, bezoin, patchouli|
Yves Rocher So Elixir Purple - Eau de Parfum 0.17oz, 0.5oz, 1.7oz / $5-33
Yves Rocher So Elixir Purple - Body Lotion $14, Shower Gel $11 / 6.7oz
Yves Rocher So Elixir Purple Perfume
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So Elixir Purple by Yves Rocher
The unprecedented combination of Tuberose and Vetiver
Tuberose - The scent of the Tuberose flower is rich and captivating. With its facets that are at once fruity, milky, honey-kissed, with hints of jasmine and orange, its infusion leaves behind a mesmerizing and ultra-addictive note.
Vetiver - The scent of Vetiver is one of contrasts: in turn raw and warm, dry and mellow, earthy and smoky. Its essential oil adds elegance and a lively spirit to the fragrance.
A fragrance creation faceted by Bergamot, Benzoin and Patchouli
Bergamot - The scent of Bergamot is vibrant and sparkling. Its essential oil offers a burst of freshness and radiance that illuminates the fragrance.
Benzoin - The aroma of Benzoin releases vanilla-kissed, resinous tones with sweet and spicy accents. Its essential oil provides warmth and rich sensuality.
Patchouli - Patchouli exhales an enveloping scent, a blend of wood mixed with the richness of fertile land. Its essence signals the strength and depth of the fragrance.
A Creation by Marie Salamagne, Perfumer
A creation by Marie Salamagne, perfumer. "For this reinterpretation of SO ELIXIR YVES ROCHER, from the outset, I wanted to work on a woody floral fragrance that is both sensual and modern with a strong signature that leaves an enveloping scent in its wake. The idea of the tuberose came to me quite naturally. Rich and enchanting to the extreme, it is in my opinion the most glamorous flower in perfumery, the archetype of femininity. I wanted to combine it with vetiver, a wood with vibrant tonalities, and of course patchouli, as an allusion to the signature of the original fragrance. From this unexpected encounter a unique floral woody fragrance was born, modern and ultra-feminine with a mysterious and confident sensuality." --Marie Salamagne
Source: www.yvesrocherusa.com (Oct 2012)
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