Green Tea Bamboo by Elizabeth Arden Perfume.
If you’re looking for a perfume that leaves you feeling fresh and invigorated, then Green Tea Bamboo perfume, by Elizabeth Arden is for you. The fragrance starts with base notes of mastic, musk, orris root, and mate. Violet leaves, cucumber, and syringa fill in the middle notes. Bergamot, lemon, and grapefruit are the top notes that bring it all together, for a scent that with energize you long after you apply it in the morning. This pure combination
of peace and serenity comes in a bottle stylized by a bamboo leaf against a green tinted background.
Elizabeth Arden started her company in 1910, on Fifth Avenue, in New York City. From this platform, she fought fiercely for women’s rights and, in 1946, Time magazine put her on the cover, a remarkable feat at the time. From its initial Fifth Avenue spa, the brand has become a powerhouse in the make-up, cosmetics, beauty essentials and fragrances industries.
Canadian born Elizabeth Arden was a nurse with the dream of building a cosmetic empire. Mixing potions and lotions in her kitchen in hopes of discovering beauty cream perfection she journey to New York in 1908 at age 30 to see her dream through. She opened a beauty salon on Fifth Avenue, painted the door red to distinguish her business and started to sell her wares. She soon outgrew her one location and began to make her products available for...
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