Sunflowers by Elizabeth Arden, The sweet, citrusy fragrance of Sunflowers perfume is perfect for all-day wear during the spring and summer.
The combination of fruity notes and hints of floral produce a light, refreshing fragrance that is sure to delight the wearer. Opening with top notes of melon, mandarin orange, rosewood, lemon, orange blossom, bergamot, and peach, this perfume has a fruity overtone with splashes of zesty citrus and a hint of woodiness. Middle notes of jasmine, cyclamen, orris root, Osmanthus, and rose deepen the floral accord. This perfume is anchored with earth undertones of oakmoss, cedar, sandalwood, musk, and amber. The perfume was launched in 1993.
Elizabeth Arden is a fragrance and cosmetics company that was started in 1910 by Florence Nightingale Graham. The company introduced its first fragrance in 1934 and has since developed more than 70 scents for women. Each perfume is made in collaboration with famous perfumers such as Laurent Bruyere and Ann Gottlieb.