Cacharel Amor Amor eau de toilette spray for women is described as "a fiery red love potion for ultimate seduction". The scent opens with top notes of pink grapefruit, apricot, mandarin and bergamot, blending with a heart of Tahitian tiare, orchid and peony, atop a base of vanilla, jasmine and musk notes.
Amor Amor eau de toilette spray for women is particularly popular for its deep, sensual aroma that stimulates the senses and is perfect for those romantic evenings.
Jean Bousquet created the Cacharel fashion line in 1962, taking its name from the garganey ducks in the Camargue resort in Southern France. An appearance on the front cover of Vogue a year later launched Cacharel to international success. The lines first, and most successful fragrance, Anais Anais, was launched with the help of LOreal in 1978, and their fragrance portfolio now includes the latest scent, Amor Amor.