The White Tea Wild Rose by Elizabeth Arden is an extremely refreshing and attractive scent that, with its flowery and fruity notes, creates a smile on any lips. This is because it is enriched with, among other things, white tea, flowers from a pear tree, sour rebs, Bulgarian and Turkish rose, peonies, sage, musk, seductive tonka beans, and hot and sensual amber. When these are put together, the fragrance reminds most of the time of the year, when the weather starts to get hotter and where everything goes from being sad and boring, to being green again, fragrant and full of life. Like the day you see the first rose shoot, and you immediately get the feeling that summer is coming. A light, unforgettable and heavenly fragrance for those who want to spread the same joy that you get as soon as you discover that you are definitely heading towards brighter times.
Elizabeth Arden, (1878-1966) was a Canadian professional woman who pioneered in skin care and cosmetics. She established the company Elizabeth Arden that later became a multi-national business. Elizabeth Arden was a nurse and later in her life, she got an education in skin care and beauty. In 1910 she was self-contained with her own clinic on 5th Avenue in New York. Characteristic of the clinic was the red door, which since has been used at Elizabeth Arden salons worldwide. The door and the street name of her first salon has also given names to fragrances as Red Door and 5th Avenue.