My Way Eau De Parfum Refill Bottle

The New Feminine Fragrance

My Way Eau de Parfum is the scent of discoveries and connections for an ope... more
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Keywords

Women - EDP - Connection - Authenticity - Curiosity - Travel - Encounters - Floral Woody

Benefits

A bright floral bouquet of tuberose, jasmine and orange blossom enhanced by a vibrant cedarwood and a warm vanilla.

My Way Eau de Parfum is the scent of discoveries and connections for an openminded, curious and authentic woman who is ready to broaden her horizons and live meaningful encounters around the world.

This floral fragrance for her is an encounter of consciously sourced ingredients. Bergamot meets orange blossom from Egypt in a luminous, sparkling start. An amplified bright floral bouquet of tuberose and jasmine from India is the beating heart of this fascinating scent. Finally, a vibrant cedarwood from Virginia meets a sensual vanilla from Madagascar and comforting white musks to sign the composition.

This luxurious fragrance is refillable at home with the refill bottle. My Way Eau de Parfum Refill has an innovative design, allowing you to refill your spray bottle without losing one drop of the fragrance.

NOTES
My Way is made of the encounter of consciously sourced ingredients from around the world.

BERGAMOT FROM CALABRIA & ORANGE BLOSSOM FROM EGYPT
The sparkling start of the fragrance.
The orange blossom note, extracted from hand-picked bitter orange fruits in Egypt, is created using an entirely natural effleurage extraction process.

TUBEROSE & JASMINE FROM INDIA
The bright floral heart of the fragrance is a contemporary interpretation of iconic flowers.
The Indian tuberose flower is sourced and hand-picked near Mysore, India, in the state of Karnataka.

CEDARWOOD FROM VIRGINIA, VANILLA FROM MADAGASCAR & WHITE MUSKS
The enveloping vibrant base of the composition.
Vanilla is sourced through a sustainable and responsible program designed to support local communities in Madagascar.