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Joy Eau de Toilette

Over 10,000 Flowers Go into Every Ounce of Joy

Joy Eau de Toilette

Over 10,000 Flowers Go into Every Ounce of Joy


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It takes 10,600 jasmine flowers and 28 dozen May roses to make a single ounce of the "costliest perfume in the world." Joy, a light floral eau de toilette, was created by French perfumer Jean Patou in 1930 to lift the spirits of his clientele during the Great Depression, and it still brings joy today. 1 oz. spray bottle.

  • Made with over 10,000 jasmine flowers and roses
  • Light floral fragrance
  • 1 oz. spray bottle

Bring a little joy into your life or a friend's with the lovely scent of Joy.

Joy Eau de Toilette

Safety Warnings

Don't spray in eyes. Keep out of reach of children.

Ingredients

Alcohol Denat., Agua(Water), Parfum(Fragrance), Ethylhexyl
Methoxycinnamate, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl, Hexyl
Benzonate, BHT, Hydroxycitronellal, Geraniol, Citronellol,
Benzyl Benzonate, Linalool, Benzyl Alcohol, Cinnamyl Alcohol,
Eugenol, Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Farnesol, Amyl Cinnamal,
Isoeugenol, Limonene, Hexyl Cinnamal

Specifications

Shelf Life: 2 years

Origin

Manufactured In: United Kingdom

Material - Country Of Origin: France

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Birthday Gift to my Wife I saw Joy listed and knew right away i had to buy it for my wife. Many years ago- a would be boy friend bought it for her. She has told me many times how wonderful it was- but expensive as she later found out.. When i saw it here- i knew i had to be it and put it away until July 11th. Am nort sure if it is still made or not. March 29, 2014
Out of the past My wife was very pleased with her gift and surprised that JOY was still available. It will be a continued purchase. January 4, 2014
An Ounce of Joy! I have always loved the scent of Joy perfume. When I saw it in your catalog, I knew I wanted it, but couldn't justify spending the extra money on a 'luxury' item. But, it kept nagging me, and when my birthday rolled around, I found my justification! I'm glad I have it now. And there's not an 'ounce' of guilt, just an 'ounce' of Joy! July 9, 2013
Wonderful scent I have wanted some Joy scent for years but it is so expensive. Someone told me the company which makes it is going to stop making it. I decided to give myself a treat. I'm so glad I did. This scent is more wonderful than I can describe. It's just right. Not overpowering. Just a little spritz is enough. March 9, 2013
Since my twenties. I first tried Joy when I was in my mid-twenties. I am now in my sixties, and this fragrance is my all time favorite. Thank you for having this product. I know it is pricey, but well worth it. December 17, 2012
There is only one perfume... Joy! This fragrance is the ultimate. It is intoxicating! It was given to me as a gift over 40 years ago and I still wear it. It is worth every penny. If angels could pick a fragrance, I imagine this would be it. November 16, 2012
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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Joy Eau de Toilette …

"I have loved this fragrance years before I could afford it. Does that make sense? I used to go to the large department store in town and spritz myself as a treat and tell myself one day I would be able to afford it. When I was able to afford it, the copy cat fragrance replaced it on the shelves. I was so pleased in more than one way to find The Vermont Country Store because I have found better-made (made in USA) toys for my grandchildren that my children had, candy that is wonderful and unique, and clothing that is not found in my area (Florida), even though we do have COLD (for us). I sound like a commercial, but I do love The Vermont Country Store. Hope to visit in person one day." - Patricia Coe, Tallahassee, FL

"I first purchased a small bottle of Joy years ago and was surprised to find my mother recognized the scent. She inhaled deeply and smiled, saying it brought back memories of when she was an Army nurse in Paris when the Allies took Paris in World War II. The soldiers bought the nurses little bottles of Joy as gifts to lift their spirits. It's a very lovely scent, truly full of roses and jasmine. It's light but lasting and does not change scent after it's on you. It lasts a long time and is now my signature scent." - Trisha Melrose, Louisville, CO