A subtle blend of Marie Antoinette's favorite aromas with those that were in style at the Court in those days. It is reminiscent of the romantic perfume described in "La nouvelle Eloise" by Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the pastoral charm of the life of Marie Antoinette, sources of inspiration for this perfume. The scents were found in a book about Marie Antoinette and her tastes, in which, by the way, the Trudon candles that she liked so much were also mentioned.
You will like it if ... you are also a fan of the opulences of Versailles, or if you would have liked to travel back to court times.
Notas de cabeza: Gálbano, Ciclamen
Notas de corazon: Jacinto, Rosa, Flor Blanca
Notas de fondo: Almizcle
- Never leave a burning candle unattended and don't burn it for more than 2 hours straight.
- Keep on until the entire surface is liquefied and wait for it to solidify before turning it on again.
- To avoid black smoke, keep the wick cut to 6 millimeters at all times. The wick can be placed gently while the wax is still melted.
- Always protect the surface on which the candle rests.
- Once there are only 6 millimeters of wax, blow out the candle and allow it to cool completely before disposing of it safely.