Bourjois Flamme by Bourjois Perfume. When a perfumer creates a classic scent that stands the test of time, it is a phenomenal accomplishment indeed.
Such is the case with Bourjois Flamme, a women’s fragrance launched in 1932 by the legendary Parisian perfume house. It’s a lively blend that opens with a top note combination of hyacinth, bergamot and aldehydes, which add a unique lemony floral essence. The heart then blooms with the calming effects of lavender and geranium. Finally, a complex
base notes combination supports this creation, adding tonka bean, amber, vetiver, oak moss, patchouli and sandalwood to round out the fragrance.
The French cosmetics label was founded in 1863 when perfumer Alexandre Napoleon Bourjois crafted the first powder blush. The company added fragrances to its offerings in 1924, and since then it has expanded globally to reach scent connoisseurs around the world. The brand’s commitment to superior quality and artistry continues into the 21st century.