Sunflowers by Elizabeth Arden was launched in 1993. Classed as a floral fruity fragrance for women, it was designed by David Apel. It is a light, aquatic perfume, blending fresh, fruity florals. The top is composed of luminous lemon notes. The heart brings cyclamen, rose, pure jasmine, osmanthus and iris root. The sensual base is blended with musk, cedar, amber moss and sandalwood. The joyous Sunflowers makes a nice contribution to this bright fragrance.
Elizabeth Arden is an American fragrance, skincare and cosmetics company founded in 1910. The company first launched a range of skincare products and cosmetics soon expanding to major cities around the world. The company continues to produce beauty products but has evolved more to a fragrance range, launching their first fragrance in 1934. Elizabeth Arden has a substantial range of perfumes under their brand as well as scents under names of celebrities and designers. They currently have over 30 perfumes in the collection to date.
Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Extract
Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Clyclohexene Carboxaldehyde
Blue 1 (CI 42090)
Orange 4 (CI 15510)
Yellow 6 (CI 15985)