Eau De Cartier Concentrée 100ml


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Eau De Cartier Concentrée 100ml

A Citrus Aromatic fragrance for women and men, Eau De Cartier Concentrée was launched in 2002.

The nose behind this fragrance is Christine Nagel.

Product Details

  • Top notes: Yuzu and Coriander
  • Middle notes: Violet Leaf and Lavender
  • Base notes: Cedar, Patchouli, and White Amber

Eau De Cartier Concentrée 100ml

Eau De Cartier Concentree is a Citrus Aromatic, for men & women. Released in 2002, the Concentrée has more coriander & patchouli than the original release & more longevity. An Eau for him and for her that allows each one to sense the lingering presence of the other. An ode to freshness and simplicity, encapsulated in the entrancing bottle of Eau de Cartier.

For Unisex 3.3 oz EDT Spray: This fragrance provides a quiet sense of well-being for the person who wears it. An aromatic woodsy scent, it contains base notes of cedar, patchouli, and musk.

How to Use: Hold the fragrance 5 inches away and spray your skin, focusing on pulse points (neck and wrists). Alternatively, spray generously in front of you and walkthrough for full coverage. Don’t rub the fragrance in, as it will affect the trail.

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