Perfumes for women


Perfumes for women - choose from over 8000 beautiful fragrances - search for your perfume in the search box above

Perfumes for women - we are not exaggerating when we say that you are tuned into Denmark’s unconditionally largest selection of perfumes for women. In fact, we have collected well over 2000 different beautiful fragrances, all aimed at women looking for the perfect scent. All well-known perfume manufacturers are represented in our range – Estee Lauder, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss, Marc Jacobs, Givinchy, Thierry Mugler, Elisabeth Arden, Armaf. Find them all here – with original perfumes in exclusive packaging – at prices that no one else can match. Cool prices will be the cheapest. That's why we offer a 30-day full price guarantee on all perfumes. Remember that we offer free shipping when you order over DKK 400.

Perfumes for women - an Egyptian “invention”

Of course, all women want to smell nice. Of course, every woman is happy when others notice her scent and praise her for her scent. (And in fact, I think most men feel the same way...) In any case, selling perfumes for women is a multi-million dollar industry today, and the range of fragrances has never been greater ;ßer. Some of the really big perfume manufacturers are also among the heavyweights when we talk about the world's largest companies.

Perfumes for women and men are certainly not a new phenomenon. The history of perfume goes back to ancient Egypt. The Egyptians VAR among the first to use perfumed oils, incense sticks and ointments. The Egyptians used incense sticks in religious ceremonies due to the VAR belief that the scented smoke could be used to communicate with the gods.

Perfumes used in a religious context

In fact, from this practice we have the word perfume. The Latin words "per fumum" mean "through smoke", and it has become the word we know today - perfume. Besides the religious use of the fragrances, they were also used for cosmetic and medicinal purposes. The perfumed essential oils contained myrrh, frankincense, rose and peppermint and were used to attract the attention of the opposite sex.

The Egyptians also invented glass, and so VAR was the first to fill liquid perfumes into beautiful glass flacons.

Since then perfume was spread to Greece and when the Romans invaded Greece the tradition spread further, at the same time both Muslim, Chinese and Indian cultures introduced perfume in a religious context.

With the fall of the Roman Empire and the arrival of Christianity in Europe, interest in the use of perfume for women and men waned. Interest only revived in the 13th century, when the great trade voyages took place, with merchant ships bringing home scents and spices from the East.

In the 17th century VAR women's perfume in the French upper class a Stor theme. New fragrances appeared everywhere, and not only women's skin was perfumed, but also furniture, clothes and fans. The court of Louis XV became 'The Perfumed Court' named because perfumes are found throughout the king’s palaces VAR .

Fashion houses develop perfumes for women

In the 18th century, women's perfume became even more popular, but VAR was still a luxury item for the few. You start experimenting with the combination of oils and essences, and an increased knowledge of chemistry leads you to develop perfumes that are non-greasy and can be sprayed on the skin. During this period, the first real perfume houses, Houbigant, Lubin and Guerlain, appear in Paris.

in the 19th century personal hygiene became more and more important. At the same time, the possibility of creating synthetic ingredients arises, and the technology facilitates the extraction of oils and essences. Overall, this means that women’s and men’s fragrances can now be sold at prices where you don’t have to be rich and wealthy to participate. In the same period, the fashion houses Chanel, Dior and Nina Ricci began to manufacture and sell perfumes for women. The most famous women's perfume in the world, Chanel No.5, dates from this period.

Use the search function - find your favorite scent

Since then, the perfume industry has exploded. Today the perfume market is flooded with over 30,000 designer fragrances and new ones are added every day. In recent years it has become common for fashion, music and sports celebrities to launch their very own line of fragrances. Jennifer Lopez, Brittney Spears and David Beckham are good examples.

Of course we can't present all 30,000 fragrances at Tryasample. But we have assembled an extensive selection of exclusive perfumes for women here in the category, giving a broad picture of what the market has to offer. Here you will find perfumes from all the major manufacturers, just as we offer a range of cloned women's perfumes that are so close to the much more expensive original versions that it is almost impossible to smell the difference.

We admit that with so many women's fragrances in one place it can be a bit overwhelming. However, we recommend that you use the search function here in the shop after you have found the right women's perfume for you. For example, you can search for product names, manufacturer names and, of course, if you know the name of the women's perfume you are looking for.


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