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Geranium Odorata Roll-On

Geranium Odorata Roll-On

Family: Floral

 
£35.00 20 ml
 
 
 

 

 

Flowers are often worn in the buttonhole of an elegant suit, but are not usually found in a trail. But geranium – which shares a few scent molecules with rose – is an exception to this rule. Geranium Odorata thumbs its nose at custom and pays tribute to this flower. Fresh and vivid, this eau de toilette brightened by accents of citrus and spice is sublime as a men’s fragrance. But like a tuxedo redesigned with a feminine cut, it is also fantastic as a women’s scent.

The perfume oil borrows the compact travel-friendly form of the roll-on. The applicator traces a map of perfume on the skin. It offers a higher concentration similar to an eau de parfum, but its formula is alcohol-free. This oil can also leave its trail on writing paper. In days gone by, it was common to perfume one’s letters to make a more indelible mark upon the recipient’s memory.

Olfactory collection: floral Raw materials: geranium, cardamom, tonka bean Olfactory accident: vetiver

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Flowers are often worn in the buttonhole of an elegant suit, but are not usually found in a trail. But geranium – which shares a few scent molecules with rose – is an exception to this rule. Geranium Odorata thumbs its nose at custom and pays tribute to this flower. Fresh and vivid, this eau de toilette brightened by accents of citrus and spice is sublime as a men’s fragrance. But like a tuxedo redesigned with a feminine cut, it is also fantastic as a women’s scent.

The perfume oil borrows the compact travel-friendly form of the roll-on. The applicator traces a map of perfume on the skin. It offers a higher concentration similar to an eau de parfum, but its formula is alcohol-free. This oil can also leave its trail on writing paper. In days gone by, it was common to perfume one’s letters to make a more indelible mark upon the recipient’s memory.

Olfactory collection: floral Raw materials: geranium, cardamom, tonka bean Olfactory accident: vetiver

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