New Dossier Exposes Dark Truths About YSL’s Black Opium Perfume
A new dossier has been released exposing the truth behind YSL’s Black Opium perfume, and it’s not pretty. The perfume has been previously praised as one of the most addictive scents available, but not until now have the details of how this came to come to light…
The truth about Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent
Opium is an addictive narcotic that robs people of their lives and darkens their skin. It does not discriminate based on race, gender, or age. The ones who suffer most are the addicts and the children who live in drug-ridden neighborhoods and lose themselves before they’ve barely started living.
The truth about the dangers of opium is undeniable in the wake of last week’s Opium Dossier by journalist John Fagan. With Saint Laurent’s newest perfume, Black Opium, on shelves across America, it becomes more important than ever to educate people about this once-highly prized commodity that has now found its way into our homes – as well as our children’s lockers at school.
John Fagan states in his Opium Dossier that Opium use among adults and teens is on a steep incline with no end in sight. According to his research, many teens use opium to unwind after school while others take it to study. Either way, they’re putting their lives at risk by abusing a highly addictive substance.
What the documents reveal
Ysl Black Opium perfume is not what it seems. A dossier published by a clandestine organization reveals that the popular perfume contains high levels of toxic chemicals like benzene, methylene chloride, and acetone. But these are just a few of the many hazardous compounds in the formula. The perfume also contains a long list of what could be called dirty ingredients like petrolatum, castor oil, and more than 10% alcohol (which can cause headaches and nausea).
The shocking information makes one wonder how this product has been on the market for so long with virtually no warning to consumers about its health risks. It should be noted that Ysl is still selling it and has not admitted to any wrongdoing or taken steps to correct the problem.
Ysl Black Opium perfume contains these same compounds and dozens of others, in addition to synthetic musks that could trigger a variety of allergic reactions.
The Story Behind the Leaked Documents
In the grand old tradition, a leak has revealed the dark side of one of the world’s most famous perfume brands. The YSL Black Opium dossier was exposed to reveal that the company spent years deceiving customers and journalists alike about their product. The leaked documents show how much time and effort went into constructing an elaborate myth around the origins of their signature fragrance:
-To maintain its exclusivity, it created a false story that it only made 200 bottles per year when in fact it sold over 1 million bottles each year.
-They created a website for Miss Sophia, who supposedly lived in Paris, but it was all just an elaborate marketing ploy.
The History of Black Opium by Yves Saint Laurent
In the sixties and seventies, designer Yves Saint Laurent was a household name in the fashion industry. He was known for his elegant, tailored clothing and his signature black dress. His most famous fragrance, called Opium, was released in 1977 and became one of the best-selling scents of all time. The perfume consisted of notes of vanilla, sandalwood, cinnamon, and jasmine with a base note of patchouli.
In 2012, a new scent was released by Yves Saint Laurent called Black Opium. The perfume is described as having notes of pink pepper, red berries, vanilla, osmanthus, and patchouli. There have been several studies that show that people often subconsciously associate scents with feelings or actions they were recently experiencing at the time they smelled them.
For example, if you smell cinnamon when walking into a kitchen where someone is baking apple pie you may feel hungry without even realizing it. This brings us to an interesting question… What are we smelling in Black Opium?
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