The history of perfume fragrance and the difference between perfume and eau de toilette.
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Here you can find designer name perfumes at affordable prices. Dolce & Gabbana's "Light Blue" Women's Eau de Toilette is a fragrance that combines Mediterranean scents: Sicilian citron, Granny Smith apples, bluebell, bamboo, white rose, and jasmine. Estee Lauder's "Pleasures" is a floral perfume, combining the fragrances of lilies, violet leaves, peonies, and jasmine, as well as Baie Rose. Mark Jacobs "Fragrances" is a floral perfume whose keynotes are gardenia and musk. There also is Christian Dior's "J'adore", combining the essence of Ylang-Ylang and Damascus Rose, as well as different varieties of jasmine. There is also a number of perfumes by Heaven Scent, which tries to imitate the fragrance of other designer scents, such as Issey Miyake or Bleu de Chanel. You can also find the Sephora Favorites Deluxe Perfume Sampler, which includes samples of some of the most popular women's perfumes. If you like one of the perfumes in the sampler, you have a coupon which entitles you to a 1-1.7 ounce bottle of the fragrance.