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Embrace the beauty of Laura Mercier's fragrances. From the alluring Ambre Vanille to the sophisticated Néroli du Sud, experience scents that embody elegance.

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Ambre Vanille Eau de Parfum View 1
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 stars
3.9 Stars (35 Reviews)

Ambre Vanille Eau de Parfum

Sensual fragrance, Amber and vanilla-scented perfume, Long-lasting and sophisticated.

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Vanille Eau de Parfum View 1
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 stars
3.2 Stars (32 Reviews)

Vanille Eau de Parfum

A surprising twist on a classic French vanilla eau de parfum.

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Almond Coconut Eau de Parfum View 1
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars
4.3 Stars (15 Reviews)

Almond Coconut Eau de Parfum

Beachy and fresh, this almond coconut-fragranced perfume is bold, sensual, and transportive.

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Néroli du Sud Eau de Parfum View 1
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 stars
3.9 Stars (7 Reviews)

Néroli du Sud Eau de Parfum

Floral, citrus-forward perfume combined neroli blossom and orange zest.

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Discover More About Fragrance

Discover Your New Favorite Perfume 

Inspired by summers in the south of France, you’re going to love our four signature perfume scents: Vanille, Ambre Vanille, Néroli du Sud, and Almond Coconut. Each perfume will transport you to a beautiful place scented by sandalwood, vanilla, musk or citrus. All that’s left is choosing a favorite.

The Most Luxurious Perfume for Women 

With our perfume for women, you can expect hand-picked ingredients, sophisticated packaging, feminine scents, and long-lasting wear. Our four signature scents are the perfect finishing step in any woman’s morning routine. Water, makeup, perfume–and voilà! You’re ready for the day.

Let Us Be Your Fragrance Destination

Just like you’d apply serums and lotions to your face, the rest of your body deserves the same treatment. And with our fragrance collection, you can build a skincare routine that goes below the neck. Enjoy a body wash, body cream, hand lotion, and bath oil all with the same luxurious fragrance.

Fragrance FAQs

Does Perfume Expire?

Yes, perfume can expire over time. The shelf life of perfume varies based on factors such as the ingredients, storage conditions, and exposure to light and heat. Generally, most perfumes can last around 3 to 5 years before their scent begins to change or degrade.

How to Make Perfume Last Longer?

To make perfume last longer, apply it to pulse points like your wrists, neck, and behind your ears. Apply on well-moisturized skin, as fragrance clings better to hydrated skin. Layering with matching scented body products, using a fragrance-free moisturizer as a base, and using a long-lasting formula can also help extend the scent's longevity.

Where to Spray Perfume?

Spray perfume on pulse points, which are areas with higher body heat that help diffuse the fragrance. Common pulse points include the wrists, neck, behind the ears, and inside the elbows.

How to Apply Perfume?

Hold the perfume bottle about 6-8 inches away from your body and lightly mist the pulse points. Allow the perfume to air dry without rubbing it in, as this can break down the fragrance molecules.

What Does Neroli Smell Like?

Neroli has a sweet, honeyed floral scent with citrusy and green undertones. It's derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree and is known for its uplifting and calming properties.

Difference Between Neroli and Orange Blossom?

Neroli and orange blossom are often used interchangeably, but there's a subtle difference. Neroli is extracted from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree and has a more distinct, citrusy aroma. Orange blossom can refer to the blossoms of various citrus trees and can have a slightly softer, sweeter scent.

Is Neroli a Top or Middle Note?

Neroli is typically classified as a middle note in perfumery. It adds depth and character to fragrances and can help balance out both top and base notes.

What Does Vanille Perfume Smell Like?

Vanilla-based perfumes often have a warm, sweet, and comforting scent with creamy and sugary undertones. They can evoke feelings of coziness and familiarity.

Can You Use Vanilla Extract as Perfume?

While vanilla extract might have a pleasant scent, it's not recommended to use it as a perfume. Vanilla extract contains alcohol and other ingredients that are meant for culinary use, and its scent may not last as long or be formulated for skin application.

How to Layer Vanilla Perfume?

To layer vanilla perfume, start with a scented body wash or lotion in the same fragrance family. Apply the lotion to well-moisturized skin, and then spritz the matching perfume on your pulse points for a longer-lasting and more pronounced scent.

What Does Ambre Vanille Smell Like?

Ambre Vanille is a fragrance that often combines the warm and rich notes of amber with the sweetness of vanilla. It results in a cozy, slightly smoky, and inviting scent.

What Does Coconut Fragrance Smell Like?

Coconut fragrance typically has a tropical, creamy, and slightly nutty scent reminiscent of fresh coconut or coconut milk. It's often used to evoke feelings of relaxation and beach vacations.

What Does Almond Fragrance Smell Like?

Almond fragrance is characterized by its sweet, nutty, and marzipan-like aroma. It can have warm and comforting undertones, making it a popular choice in gourmand and oriental fragrances.