Best women’s perfumes: These are the best-selling fragrances in Germany

The hottest women’s fragrances at a glance!

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A fragrance can emphasize personality, attract attention or evoke memories. Perfume is not just perfume and is a very personal matter. Nevertheless, there are some popular perfumes that go down well with the vast majority and are sold particularly often. These are Germany’s best women’s perfumes!

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Every year, Germany’s largest perfumery Douglas publishes a ranking of Germany’s most popular and best-selling perfumes. Last year these ten Fragrances won the race:

On a base note of sweet, exotic cocoa, “The Scent” by Hugo Boss* builds up a fragrance composition that is intended to reflect the power of the female art of seduction in all its facets. The scent is fruity-sweet, radiates warmth and was ranked 9th among the most popular perfumes.

A fragrance as noble as its bottle: sandalwood, musk and delicate vanilla form an oriental basis in the “Tresor” by Lacôme, the sensual fragrance by Lancome is rounded off by fruity accords such as apple, peach and bergamot. A sensual, woody Eau de Parfum to fall in love with.

“Good Girl”* is a sensual and atmospheric fragrance. Sweet, sensual qualities of jasmine meet darker notes of cacao and tonka bean. An oriental composition that is a little heavier and celebrates femininity.

A true classic among women’s perfumes: “Pour Femme” by Lacoste* combines floral notes of hibiscus, rose and yasmine with spicy chords such as nutmeg, cinnamon and pepper, merging into a perfume with a lot of depth that is never obtrusive. For those with confidence and style.

This is how freedom should smell: Cool lavender meets sweet vanilla and sparkling orange blossom. A floral fragrance that is almost addictive and wraps the wearer in a delicate cloud. “Libre” by Yves Saint Laurent* celebrates femininity in all its olfactory facets. So seductive!

Provocative, rocking, rebellious: The Black Opium Eau de Parfum* impresses with an incredible intensity and oriental fragrance that lasts a long time. The contrast of bitter coffee beans with the sweet, gentle aroma of white flowers makes the perfume so special – ideal for women looking for a strong, intense scent.

The reinterpretation of the classic fragrance is fruity and powerful: the floral heart of Arabian jasmine and orange is refined with sparkling bergamot, pink pepper and fruity raspberries. The basis of “La vie est belle intensément” by Lancôme* are patchouli and vanilla.

A sea of ​​roses to spray on: the romantic fragrance “Chloé” by Chloé* is a real classic. Fresh and romantic is how the label describes its bestselling fragrance. Warm amber meets peony here, an eau de parfum for every occasion. Due to the excellent sillage, the Chloé Eau de Parfum stays on the nose even after several hours – and in the memory.

Flowery, oriental and fresh describes the favorite perfume of the Germans 2018 aptly. “La vie est belle” by Lancôme* is, as the name suggests, a homage to the beauty of life. Since its release, the fragrance has been a regular guest in the top ten perfumes – and it can safely be called a classic. Patchouli in the top note meets iris, jasmine and orange blossom. A light floral scent that is not out of place even in winter. No wonder so many women call this fragrance theirs.

By the way: In the following video, the Beauty TV team goes on a taster course together with one of the most renowned perfumers Werner Abt and shows the most unusual fragrances and their special features. It’s worth taking a look:

Be sure to also see: The top ten men’s fragrances!

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