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Try the 3 delicious natural fragrances by aerlig with this test set of P1, P2 and P3, if you want to be sure which fragrance suits you best, or if you have an oversensitive skin, to do a patch test first. 3x 2ml

  • P1 by aerlig is an enchanting, feminine fragrance full of freshness and softness. The perfectly balanced composition of peony, coffee, coriander and white musk awakens the senses.

    Top note: Peony
    Middle notes: Coffee, Coriander
    Base notes White musk

    P2 is a clear and very direct floral fragrance - soft and intense at the same time. The composition opens with rose, lychee and jasmine and is rounded off with a touch of patchouli, vetiver and vanilla.

    Top note: Rose
    Heart notes: Lychee, Jasmine
    Base notes Patchouli, Vetiver, Vanilla

    P3 is a bold fragrance that makes a clear statement. The seductive and exciting fragrance composition opens with notes of rose, vanilla, orchid and lychee. An accord of praline rounds off the fragrance.

    Top note: Rose
    Middle note: Vanilla, Orchid
    Base note: praline


    The fascinating fragrance compositions of Aerlig perfumes were created to pamper you with pure and honest luxury. Aerlig is allergy-friendly and sustainable.

    The exceptional fragrances of the Danish company aerlig are inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and feminine aesthetics. The stylish, environmentally friendly packaging, the luxurious bottles and the unique fragrance creations enchant with their pure elegance.

    All ingredients come from Europe, 90% from controlled organic cultivation. The perfumes are free of the 26 most common allergenic fragrances, non-phototoxic and dermatologically tested. Made and manufactured in Denmark.
    The packaging is made from FSC-certified cardboard and the labels are made from sugar cane.

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