Testers are even more discounted than the fancy boxed versions and are great if you don't have a need for the fancy packaging.
Testers are 100% authentic, fresh and completely full just like the original fragrance, however they are meant for the counter in a department store.
Testers often come in a plain white box but sometimes they do not have a cap or box.The savings on the packaging means you save even more!
Unboxed items are a great way to save! They are the same as the boxed version, always original, fresh and authentic.
Why are they unboxed?
Sometimes boxes can be damaged in transit, torn, or in less than perfect condition.
We can buy these items cheaper than the boxed versions and we pass the savings on to you.
Be sure to take advantage of great unboxed deals!
Bois De Cedrat Perfume by Creed, Indulge in simple, clean refreshment with Bois de Cedrat, a sparkling women’s fragrance by Creed.
This invigorating elixir lends a lot of charm and sophistication through its few ingredients, blending citrus and woody accords for a light, airy composition. Sicilian lemon steps in as the top note, giving you an energizing burst of tart citrus right from the start. The middle note of Calabrian mandarin expands on this aroma, though it adds a sweeter touch to the
mix. Base notes of salty ambergris and light cedar bring a savory essence to the combination for an overall delicate and aromatic experience that works perfectly as a subtle, daytime scent.
The Parisian-based luxury fragrance company Creed launched this majestic scent in 1875, created by the artistic talent of Henry Creed, the third generation owner. This family-run business has continued to flourish since 1760 and has been passed down through six generations, with the seventh generation owner soon to be crowned. They’ve released up to 79 perfumes through the help of master perfumers. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Creed. In 1760, in London, James Henry Creed founded the House of Creed. It rapidly grew a favourite with the English Court and Queen Victoria appointed Creed an official supplier. Soon, the House of Creed was chosen by all the courts of Europe : from Napoléon III, Empress Eugénie, Francis-Joseph, Elizabeth of Austro-Hungaria to Chritina of Spain
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