François Demachy, Dior Perfumer-Creator, wanted to accentuate the luminous character of J'adore. With J'adore Eau Lumière, Demachy highlighted its contrasts, fine-tuned its facets, and renewed its freshness while staying true to its floral signature. A desire to fill it with even more light, joy and zest for life.
Joyful top notes explode and captivate, as Blood Orange Essence awakens the senses and wets the appetite. Neroli from Vallauris, an intense flower that casts its light and lets J'adore shine is as radiant as the white of its petals and as warm as the golden Mediterranean sun, unfurls alongside orange blossom absolute. The sweetness of Magnolia, tinged with vanilla and lemon, meets the delicate and lively beauty of the base note and essence of J'adore, the Damascan Rose.
"J'adore Eau Lumière has an extraordinary temperament. There is something attractive and sparkling about it. It is an immediate explosion, a direct road to pleasure." François Demachy
TOP NOTE: Blood Orange Essence
The sweet and juicy blood orange, particularly popular in Italy, is fresh and energizing.
HEART NOTE: Neroli from Vallauris
Neroli Essence from Vallauris, coveted for its quality and rarity, is produced using the traditional art of distillation. Orange blossom absolute, a key ingredient used to accentuate the fruity notes in the floral composition of J'adore Eau Lumière, is produced from the extraction of flowers from the bitter orange tree.
BASE NOTE: Damascena Rose Essence
Native to Turkey and Bulgaria, the Damascan Rose is used as an essence or an absolute. A key ingredient in the perfumer's palette, it finds full expression in the heart note of J'adore.
100 mL / 3.4 fl. oz.
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Since the House of Dior was founded in 1946, its goal has been simply to make women look sophisticated, sexy, and elegant. Dior Beauty is an extension of that philosophy in the most literal sense, with a complete collection of luscious cosmetics, indulgent skin and body treatments, and captivating fragrances.