Natural cosmetics - Natural perfumes from Honoré des Prés
Love Coco 50ml natural French eau de parfum of Honoré des Prés by Olivia Giacobetti.
A cheerful and sweet summers, soft and exotic French eau de parfum, liberating and energetic. Enjoy this delicious fragrance on a beautiful summer day and feel happy! With notes of coconut, coriander, herbs and vanilla. 50ml
New York perfume to go
Olivia Giacobetti, who lives in New York, has brought a French ode to this great city with the "We love NY Collection‟. The 100% organic fragrances I Love les Carrotes, Love Coco and Vamp in NY are packed in an "all American way‟, namely in coffee-to-go cups. "When I see people on the street drinking coffee from a paper cup, it immediately reminds me of New York, which is why this collection is packed in a very exceptional way" says Olivia.
The new fragrances are developed with 100% natural extracts. Great for the city dweller who occasionally can use a good dose of nature! The perfumes contain no chemical or synthetic substances. The perfumes are produced without animals and are friendly to your skin.
The smell of a perfume is determined by top notes that are dominant for the first 10 minutes after application and then evaporate, after which the middle notes appear that are the heart of the perfume and continue to smell for one to two hours, and finally by the notes that remain after the middle notes have disappeared. Base notes can continue to give off fragrance for many hours.
The application of perfume
The golden rules for the application of perfume, so that your perfume stays on fragrance longer and you experience the pleasure of it what you expected:
Always use perfume in a place where your heartbeat is palpable. These are your wrists, neck, cleavage, knee cavities and elbow cavities. You shouldn't use the perfume behind your ears. This is an old French custom that has been used since the wig period. At that time, the French were made up with a thick layer of powder. Because it was a lot of work to apply this, the powder was often left on the face and the skin was not cleaned. Very unhygienic so. Because the French had the habit of greeting each other with a kiss and because of the poor hygiene not so good smoke, they did perfume behind the ears to camouflage the stench. But behind your ears there are several sebaceous glands and if you do perfume on it, the perfume smells different than it should smell. So never put perfume behind your ears.
If you apply perfume to your wrists, do not rub it in (so do not rub your wrists together). Perfume is diluted with alcohol. This alcohol is necessary to spread the fragrance of the perfume. Without alcohol you would not be able to carry the perfume. Alcohol, however, also has a cleansing effect. When you start rubbing the perfume over your wrists, a light pollution is released from your skin, which mixes with your precious perfume. This makes your perfume smell very different from how it should smell.