Fragrance personality: feminine, bright, young and sophisticated.

Red Door Aura perfume is a dazzling, modern expression of the Red Door signature.

  • 100 ml


Fragrance personality: feminine, bright, young and sophisticated.

Red Door Aura perfume is born as a dazzling, modern expression of the Red Door signature.

Developed by the same master perfumer who created Red Door, the new Red Door Aura perfume is presented with a brilliant blend of scents: delicious raspberry and Italian bergamot. Woody notes and an addictive creaminess add a contemporary sensuality to the perfume. Luminous, elegant and subtly sensual, Red Door Aura is the perfect perfume for those days or nights when you want to splurge on glamour.

Top notes:

Delicious raspberry

Juicy and succulent... This mouth-watering berry grows on brambles during the summer across North America, from the Rocky Mountains to the Northeast. Its sweet, dark flavour adds an unexpected dimension to bright, fresh top notes.

Italian Bergamot

Bergamot is named after the Italian city of Bergamo, where the fruit was first cultivated. Bergamot grows on a small evergreen tree with long, lush opal-shaped leaves and small white flowers. The peel of the bergamot yields a citrusy, sweet-smelling oil with a delicate floral quality that has been used extensively in perfumery over time.


The freesia is a flower native to the Cape Province, South Africa, which comes in a wide variety of colours: white, yellow, red, pink, blue or mauve. It was named in the 19th century after a German doctor named Freese. Freesia has a delicate floral scent reminiscent of jasmine or orange blossom, with sweet, almost fruity hints.

Heart notes:

Orange blossom

In ancient China, women wore orange blossoms in their hair, as they symbolised purity, chastity and innocence. The custom became so deeply rooted in Chinese culture that, in the 1800s, the phrase "to gather orange blossoms" was used to mean "to look for a wife". The orange tree is also a symbol of fertility, as it is one of the few plants that flowers and bears fruit at the same time. Its white blossom gives off a pleasant floral scent.


Emblem of spirituality and divine perfection par excellence and symbol of love and beauty since ancient times. The Greek poets referred to the rose as "eternal and magical love" and since then its image has been used throughout history in literature, art and perfumes. Its unmistakable scent is very full and sophisticated, yet spicy and green, so the rose gives body and a velvety richness to the perfume.

Jasmine petals

Jasmine originates from Egypt. This delicate flower only opens at night, so the blossoms are picked just before dawn, when their scent is at its strongest. Its exotic, floral scent adds a warm, ethereal sensuality to the perfume.

Base notes:

The creaminess of amber

Amber hides in its scent a sophisticated and sensual character that reveals itself by enveloping the skin with warmth and sensuality.

Amber adds a sensual, earthy tone to the perfume and makes the fragrance perceptible to the senses for longer.


Sandalwood was a common material used in the construction of ancient Indian temples, so its incredible fragrance has lingered for centuries in these magnificent buildings. It has a rich, sweet aroma with delicate woody and floral accents, and has long-lasting soft, creamy properties that provide an enveloping sense of warmth. Sandalwood, originally from India, has been highly prized by Pacific and Eastern Indian Ocean cultures for at least 2,000 years.

Soft musk

Smooth, warm and one of the most prized products of antiquity. Musk was considered a luxury product brought by Arabian ships from the East. Originally musk was obtained from a gland of the musk deer, but today the perfume industry no longer uses natural musk for ecological reasons. Musk brings skin-like sensual properties to the fragrance base, leaving a luminous trail that provides a lasting sensation of warmth and sensuality.

Product Details



Elizabeth Arden is a cosmetics and perfume firm founded in 1910 by Canadian Florence Nightingale Graham. In that same year the first beauty salon opens. Arden believed that beauty was not just makeup, but a cooperation between science and nature, she was the first in the world of cosmetics to train and teach women how to apply makeup.

By 1929, the firm owned some 150 luxury salons in the United States and Europe. Since 1989, they launched their first line of perfumes and in 1990 Arden put the first single-dose capsules for skin care on the market.