Caron L'eau Pure by Caron Perfume. No matter the occasion, arrive with a fresh and energetic aura thanks to a spritz of Caron L’eau Pure.
Released in 2014, this updated perfume of a 1990s classic opens with a lively burst of tangy and juicy bergamot, lemon and lime. The citrus top notes receive a dose of pleasant spice thanks to heart notes of coriander and nutmeg. The warm and inviting aromas of cedarwood and guaiacwood create a mesmerizing finish that lasts.
Caron was founded in the early
1900s in Paris by Ernest Daltroff, a man passionate about chemistry and the world around him. Once his passions collided, his perfume house quickly rose the ranks to become world-renowned. Known for sophisticated and elegant fragrances, Daltroff soon turned his attention to makeup with an innovative face powder for women. His work has served as an inspiration to others. After some years of ups and downs, the house has again gained its foothold in the industry and is led by Richard Fraysse.
Caron is a French perfume house founded in 1904 by Ernest Daltroff who, without any formal training in perfumery, created one of the most successful houses in fragrance history. Hired in 1906 to be the company’s artistic adviser, Felicie Wanpouille, a former dressmaker, was responsible for bottle and package design. It was Wanpouille who ran Caron when Daltroff, who was Jewish, fled to the United States to escape persecution. Daltroff never...
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