Essence of perfume for women and men: a mysterious, abstract scent, alive with countless subtle aspects, radiating the richness of the most luxurious white musk, vanilla and pheromone. In 1986, Jacques Polge reinterpreted the composition of his predecessor Ernest Beaux to create a more intense and intense version of the current and forever women's fragrance: Eau de Parfum.
With its unprecedented use of aldehydes, which add layers of complexity, it was the world's first abstract fragrance. Eau de Parfum is inspired by Parfum, with which it shares the signature of aldehyde, the most luxurious of white musk, and vanilla for pheromone. This floral bouquet consists of . Aldehydes create a unique presence while the soft touch of Bourbon Vanilla leaves an incredibly sensual trail.
The Art of Perfuming
Eau de Parfum comes in an atomizer for easy application.