Cacharel Fragrances

Cacharel

Cacharel - the sensual side of perfume

Founded in 1964 by the French fashion designer Jean Bousquet in France, Cacharel assigned the development of a perfume to the cosmetics manufacturer L’Oréal in 1978, which started Cacharel’s success story.

Freedom, adventure, romance - the men’s fragrances by Cacharel

The men’s fragrances by Cacharel combine spices with flowers, herbs and delicate aromas in the fragrances Pour L’Homme and Amor Pour Homme, which can be purchased as an eau de toilette or as a shower gel. The adventurer will find himself in the first perfume, which has the scent of freedom and adventure. The romantic is advised to try the last one - a fragrance, the character of which is shaped by unconditional passion.

Spiritedness, sensuality, seduction - the women’s fragrances by Cacharel

The women’s fragrances by Cacharel - from the classic Anais Anais to the newest perfume Scarlett - represent the long history of the perfumer Cacharel. Having started with the delicate fragrance Anais Anais for young and sensitive ladies, Cacharel developed other fragrances Promesse, Noa and Noa Perlé, which contains a pearl in the eau de parfum flaçon. The seductive side of femininity characterises the scent note of this perfume. The feminine, sensual side is carried on in the fragrances Amor Tentation, Amor Amor and Scarlett, which combine passionate spiritedness with seduction.