Caron Pour Homme L'eau by Caron Cologne.
From the aromatic group of fragrances, Caron Pour Homme L'eau is for the man who seeks a well-balanced, classic cologne. Composed of three notes, the scent covers all the sensory bases. The top note of lavender is eminently soothing to the senses and the skin.The heart note of vanilla contributes a sweet, milky richness that is sure to encourage the wearer’s admirers to lean in. The base note of musk grounds the fragrance, offering up a slightly smoky
sophistication. In sum, these three ingredients deliver a long-lasting cologne that is both timeless and contemporary. Splash on after showering or shaving, and reapply as desired.
French fragrance house Caron launched the cologne in 1934. Ernest Daltroff, who founded the company in 1904, is the nose behind the scent. He is the creative force behind many of the company’s fragrances for men and women, including French Cancan, Narcisse Blanc, Rose Parfum and Tabac Blond.
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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