Electric Youth was a celebrity scent designed by Deborah Gibson. Manufactured by Revlon Consumer Products Corporation and distributed by the latter's Natural Wonder Cosmetics subsidiary (sold 2000 by Revlon to CVC Capital Partners), Electric Youth was marketed concurrently with Gibson's Atlantic Records album, single and dance maxi-single of the same title. The core fragrance was composed of a blend of citrus and other fruit essential oils, rendering a fruity scent popular with the teenager demographic of the day.
Among individual products were:
- An eau de cologne (labeled Cologne Spritz), net 1.6 fl. oz.
- An eau de cologne (labeled Cologne Spritz), net 0.96 fl. oz.
- An eau de parfum (labeled Perfume Spritz), net 0.48 fl. oz.
- A two-pack consisting of the 0.96 fl.oz. Cologne Spritz and the 0.48 fl. oz. Perfume Spritz (labeled Power Play).
(For background on the manufacturing process, see Perfume.)