Avon introduces the latest addition to the Imari Family. An intensely enticing new fragrance for the woman who knows what she wants. Close your eyes, breathe deeply, and give in to your most passionate desires. Imari Elixir exudes hypnotic sensuality with its rich and enticing oriental floral fragrance. A dark and mysterious sensuality that is as intoxicating as it is liberating. Imari Elixir… where passion deepens. The fragrance opens up with a bright hypnotic aura that captivates the senses and intoxicates the soul. Seductive juicy blackberry essence flirts with modern notes of crisp green apple and luminous rays of sparkling mandarin. A first impression that will ignite your most intense passion. The passion deepens through Imari Elixir’s enveloping floral heart. The mesmerizing scent of opulent jasmine intertwines with sensual rose and the enticing floralcy of ylang ylang Moheli. This intoxicating scent closes with a rich and warm background. Sensual red amber, hypnotic vanilla and exotic patchouli add an alluring and sophisticated finish that unleashes your deepest desires. For this launch of this hypnotic scent, in the August Brochure you can get the full fragrance set which includes the 50ml Eau de Toilette, 150g Perfumed skin softener, and the 40ml Antiperspirant Deodorant Roll on - all for just R199. That’s a saving of R150!
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