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Florals are based on a flower or a floral bouquet, most often rose, jasmine, geranium, ylang-ylang or orange blossom.
Symbolizing feminine and delicate qualities, they are often enriched with touches of musk accents.
Orientals and Chypres
Orientals, also known as Ambers, are steeped in warm and sensuous tones.
These scents are heavily accented with musk, vanilla and precious wood, and are often coupled with exotic flowers and spices.
Woody scents focus on sandalwood, cedar, vetiver or patchouli. They smell of sap and precious wood.
They take on a warm and opulent character when sandalwood or patchouli predominate. Cedar and vetiver give them a drier quality.
Fresh green scents
These perfumes, characterized by their freshness and lightness of touch, cover several olfactory ranges.
The hesperidia - notes based on citrus fruits (bergamot orange, lemon, mandarin) - are drawn out with a floral touch.
The marine perfumes conjure up the freshness of the beach or open sea, going so far as to include a hint of ozone.