A pink monochrome painting
The fresh and floral notes of the lotion underline the rosy accord of l'Ombre dans l'Eau. An ode to the rose like a monochrome painting. The scent is revealed in all its complexity: bright and spicy but also wonderfully delicate.
A floral and sensual sketch
The heart wavers between tenderness and voluptuousness... the orange blossom and fruity accents of Eau des Sens are nuanced with a new sensuality by the tuberose of Do Son, like a faintly sketched charcoal nude whose curves tease the eye.
A surrealist flower
From the encounter of l’Ombre dans l’Eau balm with Philosykos emerges a surprising floral note, green and nuanced with a fruity note. A hybrid flower, half-fig, half rose, evoking a surrealist portrait born of a poetic collage.
a chiaroscuro of wood
Tam Dao's sandalwood is transformed in contact with the lively notes of the Philosykos fig tree. Its warm and creamy accents are cooled and lightened with a touch of green as if one might detect the leaves and branches of the tree itself. An unexpected and contrasting woody encounter.
A tuberose in watercolor
The fresh and voluptuous tuberose of the Do Son body mist takes on an even lighter air in contact with the sweet, orangey notes of Eau des Sens. It gains in delicacy and transparency like a flower painted in watercolour. When l’Eau des Sens blends with the hues of Tam Dao shower balm, the painting’s olfactory nuances change again. It retains the lightness of a watercolor but now the orange notes take on a new vibrancy with a hint of pepper brought by the spicy sandalwood of Tam Dao.