Hypnotic Poison isn't a fragrance you wear, it's a fragrance that wears you.
With Hypnotic Poison Eau de Toilette, the house of Dior has created a magnetic and sensual fragrance, the stuff of modern perfumery legend.
Captivating and incredibly sensual Oriental notes.
"Exuding a brazen, conquering spirit, Hypnotic Poison is an intriguing and arresting oriental fragrance."
François Demachy, Parfumeur-Créateur Dior
Indigenous to Sicily and southern Italy, Almonds have been popular since ancient times. Archaeological remains show that Almonds were cultivated by the Assyrians and in ancient Persia. The fruit that brings a touch of bitterness to the top note of Hypnotic Poison Eau de Toilette.
A symbol of feminine softness, Jasmine is one of the most frequently used flowers in perfumery. Its delicate scent can be a fragrance all on its own. Jasmine is one of the ingredients of the heart note of Hypnotic Posion Eau de Toilette.
The white Vanilla blossom produces a fruit that reaches maturity in 8 to 9 months. The pods are harvested just before they are fully ripe, and then undergo a 34-month maturation process. Their fragrance develops and Vanilla crystals form. Vanilla then unfurls soft and spicy accords. Serene and sensual, it blossoms in the base note of Hypnotic Poison Eau de Toilette.
A fragrance of mystery, the Hypnotic Poison bottle is an absolute icon, the sultry incarnation of the forbidden fruit.
A tempting red apple, the glass appears inhabited by molten lava. A sensual, immediately recognisable bottle that comes alive in the hands with warm plays of transparency, summoning glassmaking expertise to the House of Dior.
A true gem, the legendary Eau de Toilette bottle now flaunts a decidedly modern shade of bright, vibrant red.
1. Prepare the skin with Hypnotic Poison Silky Body Lotion.
2. Apply Hypnotic Poison Eau de Toilette on pulse points: the wrists, the neck and behind the ears.
3. Apply Hypnotic Poison Deodorant as a finishing touch.