Fragrance description Clinique Aromatics Elixir
Clinique, the luxury manufacturer of cosmetics and perfumes, introduced its very first fragrance in 1971. This timeless classic is named Aromatics Elixir and is a woody, floral scent which has found its way into the hearts of several generations.
At first you feel gentle notes of sage, chamomile and elegant geranium. After a moment, the heart reveals floral accords of intoxicating jasmine, romantic rose and mysterious ylang-ylang. The final scent bears signs of sensual amber, warm sandalwood and vetiver.
Clinique Aromatics Elixir Eau de Parfum is an elegant and romantic fragrance suitable for women of all ages who are seeking the right elixir for special moments every day.
- Top notes
- Aldehydes, Bergamot, Brasilian Rose Wood, Chamomile, Coriander, Lemon Verbena, Sage
- Middle notes
- Carnation, Jasmine, Orange Tree Blossom, Orris, Rose, Tuberose, Ylang-Ylang
- Base notes
- Frankincense, Moss, Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver
- Fragrance category
- chypre, floral
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.