Elizabeth Arden White Tea is inspired by the simple pleasure that accompanies the first sip of tea. Exquisitely uncomplicated, this new fragrance invites you to revel in the moment. A musky-woody floral, it preludes with sparkling Italian Mandarin and sensual Sea Breeze Accord. Its Zen-like heart of White Tea Extract, Turkish Rose Absolute and Mate Absolute Paraguay steeps in graceful femininity while Madras Wood, Ambrette Seed Absolute and a Trio of Tranquility Musks lead to a harmonious finale. For the woman who wants to immerse herself in the moment.
Um… Yes Please!!
We recently had the pleasure of trying out the new White Tea Fragrance from Elizabeth Arden. It’s not often that you are able to find a scent that is a light but also a versatile perfume that can be worn on a number of different occasions like this. There’s just something about this fragrance that gives you an instant confidence boost with one simple spray. Despite the fact that this is a very light scent, you will only need to spray on a small amount when you use it.
Who would we recommend Elizabeth Arden White Tea to? Everyone! This scent is a classic. Whether you are a first time buyer or a long time collector this fragrance is a must have.
Below we give you our top three tips for applying and keeping your fragrance lasting all day
A perfume should always be applied to pulse points, these include: crock of elbows, back of knees, neck, behind the ears and on the wrist. This way the fragrance will sustain for a longer period. If you are going to apply Eau de Toilette (Like the Elizabeth Arden White Tea) can spray it in the air and walk through it the fragrance will cover all your body.
Our second tip is to apply a perfume to your skin before getting dressed. This way it will come through your clothes subtly and as you undress the scent will intensify.
Don’t Rub! Just Spray. The unconscious habit of praying a little scent on your wrists and then pressing them together before reaching for your neck—is actually a very big mistake. The friction created by rubbing heats up the skin, which produces natural enzymes that change the course of the scent. Most impacted are the top and middle notes, along with the dry-down.