The game in which almost all of us immersed ourselves when we were children becomes an allegory of human soul. The third fragrance of Paradiso Perduto refers to sand castles, very difficult to build but very easy to destroy. As adults, the game of castles continues, turning into the possibility of seeing them shatter when you aim too high, just like castles in the air.
Beneath the joyful joy and commitment of a very long job hides the awareness of the ephemeral: we build, we plan, we build carefully the image that we want to give of ourselves, idealizing our personality and our performances, and then suddenly a gust of wind takes everything away, crumbling the castle as reality does with dreams.
An invitation to be brave again believing in the most authentic part of ourselves, and to realize our dreams placing solid rock foundations at the base of them.
Some dreams can only be realized if you are brave. Are rational people really the most reasonable? this fragrance is an invitation to make your dreams bigger. Without being afraid of failing. its enveloping but luminous formula opens with sugary notes of dates, a fruit that grows even in the driest deserts, that does not fear sandstorms and hot winds. a symbol of great strength and perseverance. Sand castles built on solid foundations do not collapse at the first gust of wind. - Christian Carbonnel -
Alcohol Denat, Parfum (Fragrance), Benzyl Alcohol, Citronellol, Cinnamal, Eugenol, Coumarin, Limonene, Geraniol, Linalool