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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Rapture by Victoria's Secret c1992

Rapture by Victoria`s Secret: launched in 1992.

Elle, 1992:
"To set the stage for love, Victoria's Secret has added a new fragrance, Rapture, to its beauty collection. Encased in a heart- shaped gold and crystal bottle, the enticing scent combines warm top notes, fresh florals, and exotic woods to create a subtle seductive fragrance."

So what does it smell like? It is classified as a spicy oriental fragrance for women.
  • Top notes are clementine, blackberry and orange blossom
  • Middle notes are vanilla orchid, freesia, jasmine and Bulgarian rose
  • Base notes are amber, musk, vanilla and heliotrope

Rapture is available in the following:
  • Parfum
  • Eau de Parfum
  • Cologne
  • Purse Spray
  • Sensual Fragrance Mist
  • Pure Silk Body Lotion
  • Rich Velvet Body Cream
  • 24kt Gold Body Oil
  • Golden Pearl Shower Cream
  • Shimmering Pearl Shower Cream
  • Perfumed Bubble Bath

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