Cédrat Enivrant

A sparkling cocktail with friends on a beach

Cologne absolue

[ pure perfume ]

Cologne absolue

Inspired by the legendary Eau de Cologne, the Cologne Absolue is a new olfactive family created in 2009 by Sylvie Ganter and Christophe Cervasel, Atelier Cologne Creators and Founders. Genuine pure perfume exalting the magical freshness and elegance of citruses with exceptional lasting power thanks to very high concentrations of essential oils. For the first time, citruses are blended with the most precious natural raw materials for perfectly balanced creations and exceptional lasting power. Each Cologne Absolue tells the story of treasured emotions and powerful memories.

ALCOHOL DENAT, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), AQUA (WATER), D-LIMONENE, HEXYL CINNAMAL, BENZYL SALICYLATE, CITRAL, LINALOOL, CITRONELLOL, COUMARIN, GERANIOL, EUGENOL.
Description

A unisex perfume. Made in France.
90% natural origin ingredients.
This perfume will make you drunk. It embraces you with its vital, enchanting fragrance. Who could resist this magic blend of aromatic notes? Or wouldn't turn around to find out where this breathtaking scent comes from?

Lovers of fresh scents will be seduced by the cedrat and mint notes of Cédrat Enivrant, an exquisite perfume creation by Atelier Cologne. The traditional ingredients of a Cologne Absolue blend with Cedrat from the Meditteranean Sea, Mint from China and Cypress from Provence*. Enjoy this refreshing, cool cocktail of sparkling citrus fragrances which is very likely to make your head spin.

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How to conserve your cologne?

Heat, light, and humidity will break down the perfume and lessen its quality.

Instead, store them in cool (non changing temperature), dry spots and away from windows and sunlight.

How to use your perfume?

When you spray perfume in areas directly underneath your nose, your brain gets used to it and gradually doesn’t smell it.

Opt instead for spraying on the arm area which is farther from your nose but where you can always smell it.

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