Clean Air: About a hot air balloon ride over the Himalayas, & More (2015) {New Perfume}


Clean, the American specialist of clean-smelling fragrances are mixing business with pleasure this time with Air: forget about daily chores like laundry, now it's time to travel to the roof of the world...

Spirited, buoyant and blissful, CLEAN Air evokes the expansive airiness of a hot air balloon ride over the Himalayas. For the introduction, IFF's unique mountain air accord conveys the invigorating rush and liberating feeling of a limitless horizon. In the heart, the sheer floral bouquet of sparking freesia and dewy peony unveils the fragrance's luminous grace and ethereal femininity. In the background, whispers of powdered aldehydes and silken white amber are wrapped in enveloping cashmere woods and musk to create a blissful feeling and weightless sensuality."

The fragrance was composed by perfumer Ruhi Patel of IFF, who is also the author of the original Clean perfume.

It is actually a dual-purpose perfume. If worn on its own, it smells of "a woody floral aldehydic fragrance that is sparkling and feminine." It can also be used as a sort of canvas perfume for the women's fragrances of the brand turning them into new floral experiences.

Notes: Mountain Air Accord, Bergamot Blossoms, Lush Green Accord, Sparkling Freesia, Powdered Aldehydes, Dewy Peony, Enveloping Musk, Cashmere Woods, White Amber.

MSRP: $69 for 2.4 fl oz. of eau de parfum.

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