Does Givenchy still make ysatis?

The newer version is classified as a floral chypre fragrance for women. As of November 2018, Ysatis was no longer featured on Givenchy’s website, I believe it has been discontinued.

What does ysatis by Givenchy smell like?

Ysatis by Givenchy is a Chypre Floral fragrance for women. Elegant bottle matches the opulent fragrance that smells like luxury. The top notes are citrus, ylang-ylang, galbanum, coconut, rose wood, and aldehydes. The heart notes are jasmine, rose, iris, tuberose and narcissus.

What perfume is similar to ysatis?

Similar Perfumes to Ysatis Givenchy based on Scent notes

  • 53% Match Diva Emanuel Ungaro.
  • 52% Match Chloe Chloe.
  • 46% Match Collection Fragrances Sikkim Lancome.
  • 45% Match Basic Black Bill Blass.
  • 44% Match Chanel No 5 Eau de Cologne Chanel.
  • 44% Match First Van Cleef & Arpels.
  • 43% Match Red Giorgio Beverly Hills.

What Is perfume body veil?

Reminiscent of Biltmore® gardens, Neiges Perfume Body Veil has a subtle floral scent and leaves skin feeling silky soft. It is a moisturizing body lotion that can be used alone or before applying Neiges Eau de Parfum or Neiges Eau de Toilette to help either one last longer.

What does amarige smell like?

The floral bouquet, very intense and luscious, is created of mimosa, neroli, tuberose, gardenia and acacia with a gourmand hint of black currant. The warm woody base is composed of musk, sandalwood, vanilla, amber, Tonka bean and cedar. The perfume was created by Dominique Ropion in 1991.

What does amarige mean in English?

The name of the perfume ‘Amarige’ is an anagram of the French word ‘Mariage. The Amarige woman is graceful, playful and charming, a real French woman in love. She radiates joy and gives a happy smile.

Which perfumes have aldehydes?

Aldehyde fragrances

  • Arpège Lanvin (1927)
  • Liu Guerlain (1929)
  • Je Reviens Worth (1932)
  • Fleurs de Rocaille Caron (1933)
  • Madame Rochas Rochas (1960)
  • Calèche Hermès (1961)
  • Diva Ungaro (1965)
  • Chamade Guerlain (1969)