Elizabeth Arden Red Door Eau de Toilette is an elegant, sensuous blend of deep, rich florals.
The top notes are lily of the valley, freesia and wild violet, an opulent floral heart of red rose Moroccan orange blossom and ylang-ylang on a fine base of honey, oak moss and sandalwood.
Elizabeth Arden Red Door can be used by women at all ages, but the biggest group of buyers are women from 45 years.
Eau de Toilette
Eau de Toilette is a type of perfume with a medium-low concentration of perfumed oils. It is made with around 10% concentrated aromatic compounds.
It generally has more water than ethanol in it and is less concentrated than Eau de Parfum.
You apply an Eau de Toilette on pulse point, so that the fragrance has an opportunity to blossom upwards around you.
Elizabeth Arden, (1878-1966) was a Canadian professional woman who, as a pioneer in skin care and cosmetics established the company Elizabeth Arden that later became multinational.
Starting in 1910, an year when it was rare for women to wear make-up much less run their own businesses, Elizabeth Arden opened her first spa on Fifth Avenue and began to build one of the the world's first global beauty brands.