Red Door by Elizabeth Arden is a fragrance with fully floral notes, created to symbolize luxury transmitting the lounge Red Door, a beauty salon of the firm, located on 5th Avenue in New york, which its gateway is a majestic red door, and where the most exclusive of the time treatments are performed. This fragrance was created in 1989 by Carlos Benaim, almost three decades later still remaining among the feminine Market perfumes best sellers worldwide. It is designed for classic and elegant women, with an air of sensuality, and at any time of day radiates sophistication and poise. In its awakening we can clearly differentiate their pyramid. Initially surprised us with notes from orange blossom, plum, violet, peach, anise and rose, which then give way to his more teasers, including honey, orchid and pink, to finally get carried away with amber, musk and benzoin.
NOVEL IN THE 80’s. 80s were a few crucial years in the world of perfumery because classics were born in those years it but Red Door was the first to present itself as a fully floral fragrance.
STYLISH AND INVITING. Flowers are a symbol of style and seduction, so we have a fragrance that perfectly meets these two features.
FOR COOLER DAYS. This bouquet is perfect for keep us warm in the coldest days of the year.
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Olfactory family: Oriental Floral.
Top notes: Orange blossom, plum, violet, peach, anise and rose.
Middle notes: Honey, carnation, tuberose, orchid, fresia, lily, jasmine, ylang-ylang, Lily of the valley and rose.
Base notes: Sandalwood, amber, musk, benzoin, vetiver, heliotrope and cedar.
Red Door by Elizabeth Arden is a floral fragrance for women with oriental notes. It is a suitable choice for any time of the colder seasons. An "Eau de Toilette" with a fixation on the skin and long-lasting fragrance. Recommended for women around 35, elegant and glamorous, who like to pamper themselves and take care of every detail.
To make your scent last longer, apply your fragrance to your wrists and behind the ear lobe. These pulse points have a temperature superior to the rest of the body, and this will help the fragrance to evaporate slower. Avoid spraying perfume on the clothes as it can stain, damage and alter certain fabrics. To prolong the longevity of the fragrance, we recommend using products from the same range such as shower gels, body lotions or deodorants.
Protect your fragrance from direct sunlight and heat, otherwise it could alter the composition of the fragrance and escape.