Climb the front steps and enter the Bains Guerbois. This is Paris, 1885. The newly opened temple of well-being and beauty emanates fragrances of flowers, plants and herbs. The scent of an evocative concoction blending bergamot, jasmine, rosemary and mandarin wafts from the Turkish and Russian baths. The very air of the establishment is full of a thousand essences of tolu, labdanum, tonka, benzoin, incense and musk. Enchantment and release for body and spirit.
Nose: Dorothée Piot.
Alcohol Denat, Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Ethyl alcohol, Linalool ,Coumarin ,4-hydroxy-3- methoxybenzaldehy de (vanillin), Geraniol ,d-Limonene, Benzyl benzoate
"I wanted to create a powdery, soft, balmy, comforting, musky fragrance with aromatic accents, rosemary like fumigations."