Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau de Parfum 50ml
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Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau de Parfum Spray:
- For Her
- A fresh oriental fragrance
- Opens with dynamic notes of fresh green mandarin, aquatic tones of water jasmine
Olympea represents a modern-day Cleopatra, the woman of all victories. Along her way, certainty and egos are broken, Gods awaken. Her magnetic eyes and her fragrance take us into the wake of her seduction.
What does Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau de Parfum smell like?
Her fragrance is a unique olfactory adventure, at the crossroads between the sensuality of salty vanilla accord and the freshness of floral notes.
A fresh oriental fragrance whose balance of the accords forms a genuine Paco Rabanne signature. Olympea opens with dynamic notes of fresh green mandarin, aquatic tones of water jasmine and the subtle warmth of fiery ginger flower. In the heart a signature accord of salted vanilla caresses the skin with seductive sweetness, before the smooth creaminess of sandalwood and ambergris command adoration.
Paco Rabanne Olympea Eau de Parfum Fragrance Notes:
- Top Notes: Green Mandarin, Ginger Lily, Hydroponic Jasmine
- Heart Notes: Salted Vanilla
- Base Notes: Sandalwood, Ambergris
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