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Top Notes: (Floral and Spicy)
Peony Petals and Pink Pepper
Middle Notes: (Floral)
Patcholi, Leather, Benzoin and Cedar Wood
Base Notes: (Woody, Balsam, Fruity and Leather)
Agar Woody, Raspberry, Aquilaria Tree and Balsamic
Top Notes: (Fruity, Aromatic, Floral, Green Notes and Unusual)
Mimoza, Pittosporum, SweetRose, Tuberose, Plum and Melon
Middle Notes: (Floral, Spicy and Woody)
Patchoul, Iris, Spicy Clove and Laurel
Base Notes: (Woody, Amber, Animal Wildlife, Floral, Moss, Musk and Spicy)
Sandalwood, Vetiver, Patchouli, Oakmoss and Civet
Top Notes: (Citrusy, Fruity, Aromatic and Green Notes)
Rose, Mandarin, Lily, Tuberose and Marigold
Middle Notes: (Floral, Aromatic, Citrusy and Herbal)
Orange Flower, Jasmine and Ylang-Ylang
Base Notes: (Woody, Musk and Spicy)
Sandalwood and Vetiver
Estée Lauder Companies Inc. was founded in 1946 by Joseph and Estée Lauder. Ms. Lauder gained early experience in the skincare and cosmetics industry under the tutelage of her uncle, a chemist and skin care specialist. With a belief that every woman can be beautiful, and an initial focus on skin care, the company originally offered its products through door-to-door sales. The company opened its first department store counter in Saks Fifth Avenue, just two years later.
In 1953, the company introduced its first fragrance, Youth Dew, in the form of a bath oil that doubled as a perfume. Youth Dew continues to be a worldwide bestseller for the company. In 1964, the company launched Aramis, Inc., to produce prestige fragrance and grooming products for men. Over the years, Estée Lauder Companies Inc. would expand its offerings through the launch, acquisition or licensing agreements of multiple fragrance and cosmetics companies, with more than 25 companies in its portfolio today, including Clinique, Origins, Tom Ford, MAC and Jo Malone. Estée Lauder is an old perfume house. The earliest edition was created in 1953 and the newest is from 2017.
Designer Estée Lauder has around 108 perfumes.