- Fragrance description
- About the brand
Fragrance description Clinique Aromatics ElixirIngredients
The Clinique Aromatics Elixir Eau de Parfum for women will captivate both your heart and senses with just a single sniff. This elegant and nonconformist fragrance goes way beyond its role as a perfume.
- a timeless floral chypre fragrance
- enhances the individuality of every woman
- for both everyday wear and special occasions
Composition of the fragrance
This truly rich and diverse composition opens with the delicate notes of chamomile and Brazilian rose wood, which are complemented by fresh bergamot and lemon verbena. These scents are tinged with notes of sage, coriander and aldehydes. The floral heart is dominated by intoxicating jasmine and rose, as well as the mysterious ylang-ylang. The fragrance concludes with woody accords, which are accompanied by chypre scents – incense and patchouli.
Story of the fragrance
The Clinique Aromatics Elixir Eau de Parfum has already captured the hearts of many generations, as it was the very first perfume introduced by Clinique back in 1971. The author of the fragrance is Bernard Chant.
- Top notesTop notes - They develop straight after you put the fragrance on. They create the first impression and tend to be quite intense, but not long-lasting.
- Chamomile, Sage, Bergamot, Brasilian Rose Wood, Aldehydes, Coriander, Lemon Verbena
- Middle notesMiddle notes - The heart of the fragrance comes out after a couple of minutes when the head of the scent fades away. These notes usually last around 2 to 3 hours.
- Jasmine, Orris, Ylang-Ylang, Carnation, Rose, Orange Tree Blossom, Tuberose
- Base notesBase notes - The last and often longest part of the fragrance's evolution on your skin. Takes anywhere from 4 hours to over a day.
- Frankincense, Patchouli, Musk, Vetiver, Sandalwood, Moss
- Fragrance category
- floral, chypre
About the brand Clinique
Clinique fragrance | Clinique beauty - Clinique was founded in 1968 by a woman who gave her name to another famous brand, Estée Lauder. Story goes that Lauder was inspired by an interview with dermatologist Norman Orentreich published in Vogue, which gave her the idea of creating a line of hypoallergenic skin care suitable for anyone.
From anti-wrinkle creams to medicated soaps, Clinique products are all fragrance-free, don’t contain any known allergens and, before being launched, are subjected to vigorous testing.
Clinique Laboratories also designed a special 3-step skin care system that covers all that is necessary to give your skin what it needs: cleansing, exfoliation and hydration. Exfoliation is especially important if you want to get rid of old skin cells and make your face look fresh and young.
Clinique also carries makeup products like mascaras, concealers, eyeliners, powders, etc., and, last but not least, fragrances. The first Clinique perfume ever created was the Aromatics Elixir, at the time a bit misleadingly advertised as a hypoallergenic concoction, in keeping with the brand’s philosophy. To make the packaging fit the idea, Aromatics Elixir’s bottle was designed to resemble an apothecary jar.