As seen in InStyle magazine (February 2009 issue, p138) and Cosmopolitan magazine (September 2009 issue, p144).
Simply the sexiest fragrance ever—absolutely captivating, with opulent flowers, rich spices, and precious woods.
In 1953, Estée Lauder introduced Youth-Dew as a scented bath oil that doubled as a perfume—and the world of fragrance was forever changed. Until then, women had relied on the men in their lives to give them perfume as a special gift. But Youth-Dew was created for women to buy for themselves—and they did.
- Even today, its captivating, sexy spiciness ensures that this true classic remains a favorite.
- Top notes of rose, jonquil, and lavender.
- Middle notes of jasmine, muguet, and spices.
- Base notes of moss, vetiver, and patchouli.
- 2.25-ounce spray.