ACORELLE

AC Perfume R of Rose 1.7oz (op)

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A light refreshing spray evoking a fresh bouquet of flowers with top notes of rose and geranium as well as fruity facets such as raspberry. 92% organic ingredients.

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3 Reviews

1/5
Shay Jun 3rd 2019

Expired!

I like this fragrance but the old packaging doesn't keep a scent as a perfume should. Don't buy the old packaging because in my opinion they are no long potent and have expired.

5/5
Victoria Cam-Tu N. Tran Jun 26th 2018

Acorelle "R de Rose, R of Rose" Eau de Parfum rose perfume 1.7oz

Glass-look, beautiful bottle. Spray silvers the neck of the bottle and cap. Additionally, paper from France keeps it simple and classic, around to label the bottle, instead of embossed letters, like the Eau Fraiche real glass bottles. This big bottle is a size often for perfumes manufactured Made In France. Only missing ingredient is probably oils of color value...probably better for a French oil painting...of roses. I love the smell. If it was soap, I would say, it keeps me going, to appreciate little efforts that I do for myself, like, like soaking some of my soaps, a few days at a time, so to and until, the soap works with the water and makes a homemade liquid soap. I can open the jar dispenser every day or every few days, so that bacteria doesn't grow due to lack of oxygen, and because I'm avoiding the use of perservatives. The perfume here I enjoy in kind of the same way: The perfume from the essential oils of this perfume, works with floral water, beautifully, and because of the alcohol, consideration has already been made, to keep it clean. My first homemade perfume before rose petals was narcissus clover, otherwise known as quiet "sour grass" flowers, together with alcohol. I love all my Provence Sante products and Acorelle products from Baudelaire. Love the bathtub shot on the cover of the brochure for stuff like Sea Loofa soaps. I don't mind that horteculture terms call blue, when color is actually purple, because in the rainbow, oil and water "breaks at blue"--"breaks at blue" referring to how the rainbow works with water clearly at the color of clear water, like in this perfume, and the rainbow is actually white near green, and the rainbow actually breaks at blue and is white clear, like rose perfume, when roses come in all different colors. My favorite rose color is the blue rose. Now I can think to smell it blue, in all its sensical meaning. I such a sense. Though I have pondered the quote in the Acorelle brochure, and wanted to pursue it as a personal quiz to someone. I think, I am glad this perfume exists, because it is something I can understand and connect with. I'm always getting more.

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