A few months ago Clarins came out with a limited-edition version bottle of its Eau Dynamisante fragrance. I haven't smelled this particular fragrance before, but considering the limited edition bottle is bright red with a giant white heart in the center (made from children holding hands), it was too hard to resist this close to Valentine's Day.
The bottle was designed by artist Lorenz Baumer in honor of the Most Dynamic Woman Award and symbolizes sharing and generosity. Funny enough, I'd describe the scent as classic, invigorating and dynamic too. It's made from plant extracts, patchouli, ginseng, honey, rosemary, thyme and citrus notes. In addition, the plant extracts are supposedly moisturizing and toning for your skin — pretty cool, eh?
But I think the best part of all is that 100% of the profits go to the Andrea Jaeger's Little Star Foundation which helps children in need. The Clarins Eau Dynamisante fragrance range includes a 3.4 oz eau de toilette ($45-$60 depending on the bottle), a deodorant ($21), and a body lotion ($38).