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La Rose de Rosine Eau de Parfum

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La Rose de Rosine Eau de Parfum

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WAS:  $129.00
NOW: $59.99
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Created by Henri Alméras, the same perfumer who created Joy, this soft rose perfume was launched in 1911 by iconic French fashion designer Paul Poiret. The first couturier to associate a signature fragrance with a design house, Poiret’s fragrance company, Parfums de Rosine, is now the last family-owned perfume house operating out of Paris. We present it in a lovely bottle with rose-colored tassel. 1.7 oz. spray.

  • Classic rose perfume for over a century
  • Created by the originator of Joy perfume, Henri Alméras
  • Launched by French fashion designer Paul Poiret
  • A little goes a long way and lasts a long time

La Rose de Rosine, a French perfume that captures essence of rose in a bottle.

La Rose de Rosine Eau de Parfum

Safety Warnings

Avoid contact with eyes. Flammable, keep out of reach of children.

Ingredients

Alcohol Denat, Parfum, Aqua, Alcohol SD 39C - Fragrance, Demineralized
Water, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Carboxaldehyde, Cinnmyl Alcohol, Linalool,
Citronellol, Limonene, Coumarin, Isoeugenol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional,
Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Hexyl Cinnamal, Geraniol, Cinnamal, Benzyl
Salicylate, Citral, Farnesol, Eugenol, Benzyl Cinnamate.

Specifications

Shelf Life: 36 Months after opening

Origin

Manufactured In: France

Material - Country Of Origin: France

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La Rose de Rosine Eau de Parfum 1 5 1 1
OH ROSE, WHERE ART THOU I’ve been looking, for some time, for a true rose scent to wear in the spring and summer. I was willing to pay quite a bit more for this product as it was advertised to have that scent. Unfortunately, I’m smelling no rose scent at all and don’t care for the scent at all. It isn’t citrus, it isn’t musky and it definitely isn’t ROSE. I don’t know what the scent is -- but it is unpleasant. Very disappointed. A lot of money for an unsatisfactory product. March 4, 2013
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