Yellow is a masculine fragrance by Lacoste. The scent was launched in 2014 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Sonia Constant. Top Notes: Grapefruit, Heart Notes: Golden Delicious apple, Base notes: Cypress
Our interpretation of these fragrances was created through chemical analysis and reproduction, and the purpose of this description and images is to give the customer and idea of scent character, not to mislead or confuse the customer
What is a Perfume Oil?
Perfume oils are fragrance components, natural or synthetic, in an oily base rather than an alcohol base, and can be used directly on the skin.
What to expect?
Expect a 5ml or a 10ml rollerball of concentrated perfume oil based on your order.
The fragrance will be absolutely same as that of the perfume which you have ordered.
This perfume oil can be easily applied on the skin and clothes.
Unlike most spray fragrances, perfume oils are alcohol-free, so they tend to be more highly concentrated and longer lasting.
A 10 ml Rollerball of perfume oil generally lasts for more than 2-3 months of regular usage
A 5 ml Rollerball of perfume oil generally lasts for more than 1-2 months of regular usage
Why should I buy Perfume Oil?
You get it at the fraction of a price (Super Cheap.)
The standard designer perfumes recover the cost of expensive and fancy bottles from a consumer where the only thing that should matter is the fragrance.
The cost that an average consumer pays for a perfume brought from the store typically includes the cost of the Bottle, Packaging, marketing costs, corporate overheads, hefty commissions, etc. The actual cost of the fragrance is very less, just like soft drinks.
Whereas when you buy from our website, you get a 95 to 99% similar fragrance at the fraction of the cost.
Longevity – Perfume oils normally lasts longer
The perfume concentrate in perfume oil is far stronger and undiluted than the standard alcohol-based eau de toilettes and perfumes, which contain only a small amount of true fragrance diluted with alcohol and other chemicals.
Oil gets absorbed wherever it is applied and stays , whereas many standard perfumes are actually better applied to clothing for longer wear as fabrics give them something to cling to.
They’re less likely to be irritating on skin.
It goes without saying that the alcohol and other chemicals in most perfumes can be irritating and drying to the skin. Those with dry skin often complain of irritability when wearing scent because of how quickly it dries and dissipates.
Oils, on the other hand, are moisturizing, which not only helps them to last longer but also makes them suitable for any skin type.
They’re less overpowering.
It’s true that the higher concentration in oil fragrances often makes them smell stronger and richer, but they’re less likely than alcohol-based perfumes to leave behind a sillage or trail. If you’re sensitive to overbearing fragrance that feel like you’re walking around in a cloud of scent, oils are the perfect solution. They stay close to the skin and radiate outward thanks to the warmth of your pulse points, but you’ll feel like you’re wearing a scent rather than having a scent wear you.