Do Son Perfume Oil Roll-on
As a child, Yves Coueslant, one of diptyque’s founders, spent his summers in Do Son, in Along Bay. The sea breeze carried the heady and spicy scent of tuberoses. Do Son has the delicateness and persistence of a memory from a childhood in Indochina - the memory of a flower, between lightness and delight.
The perfume oil borrows the compact travelfriendly form of the rollon. The applicator traces a map of perfume on the skin. It offers a higher concentration similar to an eau de parfum, but its formula is alcoholfree. This oil can also leave its trail on writing paper. In days gone by, it was common to perfume one’s letters to make a more indelible mark upon the recipient’s memory.
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The Fragrance Gestures draw their inspiration from the history of perfume, reinventing textures to offer a new approach to personal scenting. It is a way to make the invisible sensual, and the ethereal tangible. Each of the gestures - eau de toilette, perfume oil, body mist or body balm - has a specific concentrate designed to offer the best olfactory rendering depending on its formulation. With its high concentration, it can often be used alone depending on the moment and the mood. Matter becomes scent, scent becomes matter...
50 years of Perfume creation