Introducing Avon Maxime & Maxime

December 08, 2019

Warm,Floral, Alluring Maxima

Do you have a special occasion coming up? One where you want to make a lasting impression with a perfume that will put you in a confident and strong mood.  Then this is the perfume for you!  

An alluring fragrance with the noble scent of the Immortelle flower, combined with the brilliant and velvet Nectarine and the illustrious garland of Jasmine Sambac.

A warm scent which lingers endlessly in a serene floral bouquet.

Maxima by Avon  

Coveted for a perfect fit onhand, the highly feminine andgodly inspired package ofMaxima resembles a potionglass that contains the elixirof the gods. Its gold metalliccap, embossed with branchof leaves, is a reminiscent ofdecorative Greek elements.

MAXIMA is inspired by the Greek god Hestia.Her symbol is the circle, in which the flameis to be kept by her forever burning. Sherepresents concentration, peace of mind andthe link between the old and the new.

The key ingredient 

Avon Maxima - Key ingredient

The Immortelle Flower. The flower of eternity. Its oil promises eternal youth and is said to have an ability to clear places within us that are wounded.

Smoky, Woody and Vigorous  Maxime for Men

A vigorous fragrance with Primordial notes of Olibanum. A precious and divine scent combined with refreshing Mandarin Leaves and the woody strength of ironwood's accord. 

A fearless woody scent that transcends the living god's senses.


Avon Maxime

Masculine and monumental, Maxime's bottle is shaped like a titan's chest. With a silver metallic shoulder and cap in the shame of a warrior's armour, this heavy carved package is the reflection of a living myth.

Maxime is inspired by Promethues.  He created man, modelling him in the shape of the gods.  He was fearless enough to face the furious Zeus and give man the power of fire.

The Key Ingredient


 Avon Maxime


Oilbanum is the key ingredient of the Maxime Fragance. Known as "the divine smell", it is one of the very first ingredients used in perfumery.  Firstly offered to praise and worship the gods and then taken by man.


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