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SEPHORA COLLECTION DO NOT DRINK Roasted Blend Iris + Mocha

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Let yourself be tempted by the composition of Do Not Drink Iris + Mocha - a complex fragrance for both men and women, consisting of 87% natural ingredients.

The Do Not Drink Tasty Fragrances collection, produced entirely in France, is full of surprising, delicious and woody notes made from the best ingredients of natural origin. They smell so tempting that you would like to drink them! ;)

Intense, tasty fragrance full of flowers

Do you like surprising flavor combinations? Try Tasty Fragrance, which combines iris - a noble, delicate flower loved by perfumers - with pure, freshly roasted mocha coffee. It's an electrifying combination! Feel your skin tremble with a crisp, toasty aroma with a powdery accent. Dare to its intensity!

Aromatic, woody composition consisting of 87% natural ingredients

The fragrances from the Sephora Collection are made of the best ingredients of natural origin, such as iris, coffee from El Salvador and patchouli from Indonesia, selected by French perfumers, famous for their creativity. All Do Not Drink Eau de Parfum contain at least 87% ingredients of natural origin. The vegetable alcohol used as the base for the Iris & Mocha roasted composition is distilled from beetroot.

Packaging designed with the environment in mind

The bottle and cardboard box are recyclable ** and designed with the environment in mind. The box is made of wood from sustainably managed forests and the print is made of vegetable ink.

Tasteful fragrances

** Please check compliance with local regulations

GOOD FOR A BETTER PLANET

Sustainable packaging and / or ingredients

GOOD FOR VEGAN

Vegan-friendly products, with no animal ingredients 

10 ml 0.33 fl.oz. Made in France

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Sephora-Iris 10ml

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