Your natural beauty…
Fern and lavender, complemented by numerous other components, such as oak moss, fresh herbs or courmarin, create a very intriguing fragrance family- fougere, whose name derives from French word meaning fern. The history of this group dates back to 19th century – that was when the first fragrance of this family was created: Fougere Royale (Royal Fern). Due to the composition Fourgere is divided into two subgroups. The first one is dominated by lavender and the second one by fern.
Deep aroma of the South
Unique composition of wood, ground-herbal patchouli aroma, aromatic oil of bergamot, cedar oil, castoreum and other components, create a highly valued and popular fragrance family of CHYPRE. The name of that group derives from the first perfumes: Chypre Coty, which were inspired by Francois Coty's memorable vacation spent in Cyprus in 1917. Fragrances that belong to that group are divided into three subfamilies: chypre-fruit, chypre-wood, and chypre-animal.
Summer all year round
Fresh and juicy fruit such as lime, orange and bergamot create a very refreshing CITRUS family. It gives you an incredible boost of energy and stimulate you to action. These fragrances used to be created for men only, but currently they are recognised as a universal group. Depending on the composition the citrus family is divided into subgroups of lemon, mandarin, orange and bergamot.
Discreet elegant charm
Warm and rich notes of sandal or guaiacum wood, patchouli oils combined with a bit raw but refined aroma of cedar and vetiver, and also floral scents create an elegant and sophisticated fragrance family of WOOD. Some components of these scents, such as sweet, resinous, and slightly musky sandal wood, were already used as fragrances in antiquity. This family is divided into subgroups: floral, fruit, and patchouli based.
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