ippi patchouli

Eau de parfum

top note…flowery, sweet
middle note…woody, resinous
base note…musky

Original…It is the neo-"ippi" chic, where Peace & Love will always remain in our heart, under its wooded fragrance and the earthy resin emitted... Carrément Belle's iconic patchouli, original and eternal.

Iconic perfume ippi patchouli fragrance of the 70s
ippi patchouli
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3 INGREDIENTS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

PATCHOULI ESSENCE FROM INDONESIA

Patchouli is a tropical plant cultivated in Indonesia. Its leaves are dried in the sun and then distilled to obtain an essence. This mythical ingredient wins the World’s noses in the 70s with the hippie generation. Symbol of flower power, its unique scent with earthy, woody and vibrant notes lives through the ages.

TUBEROSE

Cultivated in India, the tuberose is a white star-shaped flower that delivers its essence by extraction with volatile solvents. Its scent is powerful and gives off a perfume of cream, wax, honey and tones of honeysuckle and orange blossom. It brings intensity and a sweet note.

LABDANUM ABSOLUTE FROM FRANCE

Cistus is a small shrub that grows in a garrigue environment. It produces a resin to protect itself, called labdanum. Once extracted, the resin gives off a woody and animal smell. Thanks to its properties, labdanum is also used as a fixative.

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Based on 48 reviews

  • Debbie C.
    Published Mar 01, 2024 at 06:00 pm (Order date: Feb 22, 2024)
    5

    The most sublime fragrance

  • Monica R.
    Published Feb 13, 2024 at 06:11 pm (Order date: Feb 06, 2024)
    5

    Molt bona

  • Stefano B.
    Published Feb 02, 2024 at 04:34 pm (Order date: Jan 26, 2024)
    5

    amazing fragrance

  • Maria E.
    Published Feb 02, 2024 at 03:42 pm (Order date: Jan 26, 2024)
    5

    Love it!

  • Riccardo S.
    Published Nov 30, 2023 at 10:36 am (Order date: Nov 22, 2023)
    5

    ????

  • Raffaella C.
    Published Oct 16, 2023 at 01:09 pm (Order date: Oct 07, 2023)
    5

    Il mio preferito

  • Montserrat G.
    Published Aug 14, 2023 at 03:10 pm (Order date: Aug 06, 2023)
    5

    Tout en ordre

  • Paul N.
    Published Jul 18, 2023 at 10:06 pm (Order date: Jul 10, 2023)
    5

    It's good, as you say in French 'pas de soucis'.

  • Maria E.
    Published May 22, 2023 at 06:22 pm (Order date: May 14, 2023)
    5

    Love it!

  • Paul N.
    Published Jan 05, 2023 at 11:24 am (Order date: Dec 28, 2022)
    5

    Perfect and better than expected.



OUR PERFUMED TIPS

WHERE AND HOW TO PERFUME YOURSELF?

To become one with your perfume, spray it on the areas of your body that generate heat: in the neck, behind the ears, in the crook of the elbows or around the navel...

To enjoy it all the time and everywhere, you can perfume your clothes and accessories, and at home your curtains or even your pillows!

HOW TO CONSERVE YOUR FRAGRANCE?

In general, fragrances do not get along very well with heat, air and light. Therefore, avoid temperature variations, keep your perfume away from light and preferably keep your bottle upright, so that the juice has as little contact with the air as possible.

I CAN NO LONGER SMELL MY PERFUME: WHAT'S WRONG?

When you've been wearing a perfume for a while, you can feel like it smells less, or not at all. But don't worry, it's completely normal!

Because the brain uses our sense of smell above all to alert us of a potential danger: when it is used to a smell that it considers safe, it focuses its attention on the other scents around us. We then say that our nose falls asleep, as our brain no longer makes the effort to recognise our perfume.

In order to enjoy again that fragrance you like so much, you can try the pure perfume which is more concentrated and therefore more intense, or simply change your perfume for a while! You will have the pleasant surprise of rediscovering your favourite fragrance, and probably even new facets of it...

CAN I MIX SEVERAL FRAGRANCES? WHAT MIX & MATCH DO YOU RECOMMEND?

Nothing prevents you from mixing several perfumes, on the contrary: you will thus create a unique fragrance.

In our collection, certain fragrances go particularly well together: ippi patchouli and vanille, so and enkor, musc and label rose or even kilim and the original musc.

Start by spraying the most intense fragrance. Wait a few moments and then spray the lightest one on top to ensure a perfect harmony. Don't be afraid to dare!

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