Passion Body Lotion

Photomicrograph of Passion Body Lotion

Passion is the very first perfume created by Hollywood screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, often said to be one of the most beautiful women in the world. Not just another pretty face, however, Taylor has won numerous awards and much acclaim for her considerable acting skills and has been very active in raising money for charitable causes, such as AIDS research. In interviews, Taylor has attributed her entrance into the fragrance industry to the fact that she was not completely happy with the perfumes that were previously available on the market. She began to layer different kinds of fragrances, creating mixed scents for her own use and eventually leading her to decide to design her own line. Passion, her initial offering, was released in 1987 and contains a blend of florals, musk, and vanilla. The refined, wood fragrance known as Passion for Men was developed two years later.


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