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.
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Lalique Aphrodite 2009 Perfume by Lalique, Embrace your inner goddess with the chic and luxurious Lalique Aphrodite 2009, a stunning women’s
fragrance. This mysterious yet powerful elixir combines floral, fruity and woody accords for a dynamic and captivating aroma you’ll feel effortlessly confident wearing from day to night. Top notes of rich night-blooming jasmine and seductive red rose blend with blackcurrant leaves and buds for a fresh and rejuvenating scent that’s spellbinding. Middle
notes of the blackcurrant fruit is infused with the other notes, while shades of Indian sandalwood, smooth vanilla and sensual white musk wrap up the entire perfume for a decadent and appealing fragrance you won’t want to wash away from your skin.
Released to an eager public in 2009, this sexy aroma is a master work of the illustrious French design house Lalique. Though the company is more globally-recognized for their exquisite glassware and jewelry designs, their signature scents made in affiliation with Coty have made quite an impression, as well. All products are original, authentic name brands. We do not sell knockoffs or imitations.
History and background of Lalique. René Jules Lalique is born on April 6,1860, in the village of Ay, in the Champagne region of France. Two years later, his father, a Parisian mercantile agent, moves his family to a suburb of Paris. They return to Ay for summer holidays, and Lalique will have a lifelong attachment to his native countryside. In 1872 Enters Collège Turgot where he begins studying drawing with Justin-Marie Lequien.
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