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Incense

An oriental patchouli, bewitching and mysterious, mixing white flowers, spices and precious wood in a sensual and voluptuous mix of amber, musk and vanilla.

With these incense to burn, your fragrance goes up in smoke to fill your home with its soothing and captivating scent.

Each case contains 20 sticks (±25cm) with a burning time of 30 minutes per stick minimum, which represent 10 to 15 hours of olfactory pleasure per case.

Traditional oriental incense for home
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€6.00

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What ingredients is this fragrance made of? Where is it produce? What are the delivery times and options,
or our advices to get the most out of your fragrance? We tell you everything below!

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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.

CLOVE LEAF ESSENCE FROM INDONESIA

Clove is a plant that is cultivated in Indonesia, Madagascar and Zanzibar. The leaves and buds are steam distilled. Typical ingredient in oriental fragrances, clove leaf essence has a warm, camphorated and medicinal scent.

ORANGE ESSENCE FROM BRAZIL

Orange essence is obtained by cold expression of the zest. This raw material belongs to the citrus family and gives off a fresh, very acidulous and sweet smell. Used as a top note, orange is generally associated with more powerful ingredients to fix it.

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Based on 2 reviews

  • Nancy V.
    Published Jan 04, 2021 at 12:33 pm
    5

    Cela fais des années que je l'utilise. ....intemporel

  • Galyna S.
    Published Dec 06, 2020 at 12:42 pm
    5

    Nice woody aroma.



OUR PERFUMED TIPS

HOW TO BURN INCENSE STICKS?

It is very simple! Take a stick out of its case, place it in an incense holder and light it with a lighter or a match. Leave the flame on for about 5 seconds, then blow it out. The end of the incense turns red and the smoke begins to perfume your home... It is now time to enjoy it!

If you don't have an incense-holder, discover our advices in the following tip...

HOW CAN YOU DO IF YOU DON'T HAVE AN INCENSE-HOLDER?

Not everyone has an incense burner at home. Luckily, there are other ways! Plant the stick straight or slightly diagonally in a flowerpot, in a glass filled with sand or even in a candle for example.

Make sure your stick is not in contact with anything flammable, such as a plant, and ideally place a small bowl underneath to collect the few ashes. Et voilà!

DOE'S THE INCENSE HAS THE SAME SMELL THAN THE EAU DE PARFUM?

The smell of incense is close to that of the eau de parfum, but it is not exactly the same, simply because we don't use them in the same way. Indeed, we burn a stick of incense while we spray an eau de parfum: the formula of the skin perfume is therefore adapted to the method of combustion for incense, but both are based on the same ingredients!

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