L'Art du Parfum
Eau Fraîche for Women
CITRUS AROMATIC SPICY
A fragrance of an ethereal elegance introduced by the fresh spontaneity of the Bergamot and the Red Berry, sparking at the heart with intimate and attractive notes of Lavender. This exquisite breeze in harmony with the Ginger and the Juniper awakens a new sensuality. A base of Vetiver and Sandalwood skilfully marks this luminous fragrance. Follow the Water of the impetuosity!
• TOP NOTES:
Bergamot, Lemon, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Ginger, Cardamom, Pink Peppercorn
• HEART NOTES:
Lavender, Tarragon, Sage, Juniper, Patchouli, Rosewood
• BASE NOTES:
Vetiver, Sandalwood, Moss, Amber, Tonka bean, Musks
It whips up a refreshing breeze, catching you up in a whirlwind that will turn men’s heads. Its sillage is magnetic... This perfume is unafraid to be itself, independent, natural, happy, and simply beautiful!
ALCOHOL DENAT. - AQUA (WATER) - PARFUM (FRAGRANCE) - LIMONENE - LINALOOL - BENZYL SALICYLATE - ALPHA-ISOMETHYL IONONE - COUMARIN - CITRAL - GERANIOL - CITRONELLOL.
85 % VOL.
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Bergamot is the fruit of the tree produced by the cross-pollination of lime and bitter orange trees. It grows in particular in the Calabria region of southern Italy, where all the conditions are right to give the essence of this citrus fruit its rare quality. Its origin remains mysterious. Some believe it originated in the East and was introduced to Europe during the crusades in the Middle Ages. Others believe that it was Christopher Columbus who brought it from the Canary Islands. Legend has it that, at full moon, this citrus fruit shows us where fairies are born. Its tangy, bubbly facets leave a refreshing mark on the citrus head notes of numerous perfume compositions.
Pink Peppercorns are the fruit of a small evergreen, the Peruvian peppertree. Grown in Réunion Island, hence the nickname “Pink Gold of Réunion”, they resemble peppercorns but are pink and have a strong spicy flavour.
Considered a real panacea by indigenous South Americans, who believed them to have numerous useful properties, pink peppercorns remain a symbol of vitality, fervour and vigour.
The inimitable fragrance of its essential oil, both spicy and delicate, is often used to enhance a too-heady or too-subtle floral accord. Essentially used as a head note, pink peppercorns add a hint of sensuality combined with a sweet, peppery note to mainly feminine compositions.