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Monday, February 11, 2013

Insolence Eau Glacee c2009

Insolence Eau Glacee: created for summer 2009. Another kind of olfactive insolence arrives from the house of Guerlain in light violet nuances with an icy accent.

From Guerlain:
An icy fragrance that makes you melt with pleasure! A refreshing idea for a scent that never loses its cool The result is the new Insolence Eau Glacée. The favourite notes of Insolence reveal themselves in a new light: Berries glisten with frost, violet petals seem ready to melt and iris offers wonderful lightness and luxurious airiness.

Fragrance  Composition:

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a fruity floral fragrance for women.
  • Top notes: green apple granita and citrus zest 
  • Middle notes: red berries, violet and iris 
  • Base notes: white musk and blond woods


Available as:
  • 50ml eau glacee (Icy insolence changes its concentration this time – from Eau de Toilette to eau glacee)

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