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SPRAY J’ADORE EAU DE PARFUM INFINISSIME ON PULSE POINTS
J'ADORE EAU DE PARFUM INFINISSIME
Eau de Parfum Infinissime
APPLY J'ADORE EAU DE PARFUM INFINISSIME ROLLER PEARL ANY TIME OF THE DAY
Rollerpearl - Eau de Parfum Infinissime
The J’adore flowers are released and unfurl in a new sensual, powerful and enveloping fragrance: eau de parfum infinissime.
An endless burst of flowers released in a bouquet that diffuses their scent infinitely: notes of Centifolia Rose, Jasmine Sambac, Ylang-Ylang and Grasse Tuberose are refined by the woody accents of a creamy Sandalwood accord.
Familiar yet surprising, like a sensual sister of the sunny J’adore eau de parfum, the fragrance becomes "infinissime," like its infinite trail.
"J’adore eau de parfum infinissime has a unique, voluptuous charm derived from Grasse Tuberose. By including it in the composition of J'adore, I created a romantic encounter: as if J'adore were "seducing" the intriguing Tuberose, embracing it, reinventing it, giving it light. It is the immediate mark of a strong and confident femininity."
For the eau de parfum infinissime, François Demachy has unfurled the flowers of the J’adore bouquet, enveloping them in feverish, intense sensuality with woody accents.
Exuberant and carnal, notes of Centifolia Rose mingle with an accord of top notes of Jasmine Sambac facetted with orange, and a fresh, incisive Lily of the Valley accord.
Smooth and luminous, notes of Ylang-Ylang brighten the composition with their immediate floral quality.
Freshened up by notes of Bergamot and juicy Blood Orange, plump and carnal Grasse Tuberose accord dramatically alters the bouquet with its unique fullness, sensual charm and intriguing staying power.
Alongside it, a creamy, milky and enveloping note of Sandalwood adds a new woody facet to J'adore.
The bouquet of eau de parfum infinissime draws its uniqueness from Grasse Tuberose, a powerful and legendary flower that had disappeared from the Grasse region in the 1950s.
The house of Dior supported and encouraged the reintroduction of Tuberose and also chose to use the enfleurage extraction process. This age-old method is not practiced anywhere else in the world, except on Tuberose in Grasse.
The flowers are spread on frames coated with a plant-based grease that slowly absorbs their fragrance. The wooden frames are turned every 24 hours and covered again with fresh flowers until the precious absolute is obtained. This incredibly painstaking technique ensures a very high yield and a unique olfactory quality. Nothing is too good for J'adore.
For a sensual and infinitely feminine routine:
1. Apply J'adore Lait Sublime body milk.
2. Spray J'adore eau de parfum infinissime on pulse points.
3. Enhance with the J'adore dry body oil.