Chantecaille Eaux Florales (2006): TLC with Flowers {New Fragrances}

Beauty and perfume brand Chantecaille have released a collection of five floral fragrances with aromatherapeutic virtues going in the direction of, shall we call it, a "spa-fragrance" trend one can notice in the market, but also numerous hammam-inspired brands in France). Although being a multisecular tradition before being a trend, the more modern interest in the "eaux de soins" and the medicinal side of perfumes was certainly revived by Eau Dynamisante by Clarins in 1987. This time, it is a trend nestled within the wider context of a renewal of interest for spas. Perfumewise, it is not enough to think about just smelling good these days, it is also important to think about your well-being and taking actively care of yourself by choosing effective effluvia...
The new scents are: Camomille Romaine (Roman Chamomile), Fleur d'Oranger du Maroc (Moroccan Orange Blossm), Menthe Poivrée (French Peppermint), Romarin Provençal (Rosemary from Provence), and Ronce (Bramble).

Each perfume offers different properties. The sweetness and softness of Roman chamomile brings relief to people who have a nervous temperament. Orange blossom is refreshing and helps activate the scarring process. Peppermint stimulates the mind and relaxes muscles. Bramble is relaxing and has anti-oxydant properties.

Each 100 ml flacon retails for 61 Euros at Le Printemps.


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