Parfums d'Orsay Tilleul pour la Nuit (2012): "The First Cosmetic Fragrance" {New Perfume} {Perfume Images & Ads}


Parfums d'Orsay have branched out into beauty territory with a so-called cosmetic version of Tilleul  a naturalistic linden blossom composition signed by perfumer Olivia Giacobetti who went back to the drawing board for the new, alcohol-free version enriched with wellness and skin-care ingredients. This work is said to be the result of associating the expertise of a perfumer with that of natural cosmetology..

The new opus is called Tilleul pour la Nuit (Linden for the Night). It has visibly evolved from Tilleul Friction pour la Nuit, meant for the night also but more for your linens and you after your bath.

This time, Tilleul pour la Nuit wishes to define a new ritualistic gesture of beauty, and not just health, where the perfume-cum-beauty-product is massaged onto the body, as shown in the video below. It is called a "sublimator for the body and mind."

The formula contains hydrating agents extracted from wood and wheat. The scent benefits from the addition of essences of chamomilla and petitgrain known for their relaxing and calming properties. 

Top notes: blue chamomila and petit grain essences

Heart notes: linden blossoms and thyme absolute

Base notes: acacia wood and bees' wax. 

Price: 61€ for 100 ml.  

You can watch their promotional video below,

Further blog readings on the perfume of linden trees:

Linden Blossoms in Cambridge, MA

The Scent of Linden Trees on Avenue Mozart in Paris

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