Limited Edition 2022
Diffuser 500 ml - 19 cm
Lemon - Lavender - Cedar
The limited edition ODYSSEE collection is inspired in its decorations by the refinement of ancient Greece but also by an aquatic microcosm invisible to the naked eye. The perfumes themselves are inspired by the feasts that the muse Calypso gave to Ulysses, promising him eternal life.
The fragrance diffuser is decorated with a sublimation of blue and turquoise. Its white bakelite cap is engraved with roots in a matte and shiny effect.
Its scent of Lavender, Cedarwood and Lemon brings a summer freshness to your interior.
The technique used called upon French paper craftsmen recognized by the Japanese State as masters of Washi. According to an Origami method, the paper is folded and dipped in different pigments. Like a blotter, the paper is tinted thus creating a unique random pattern when unfolded. For the first time, the method of sublimation on glass was carried out, the photographs of Japanese paper in HD were printed with natural pigments on a biodegradable film. The film is then placed around the glass and heated so that the decoration retracts around it and becomes impregnated with the material.
Diffuser 500 ml - Height 19 cm
Comes with white sticks
- #BAOBAB Collection#
Since 2002, Baobab Collection’s scented candle and diffuser collections for the home havedrawn inspiration from memories of travel, rich landscapes, and fashion trends. Its creations aredesigned in Belgium, a country known for its exceptional craftsmanship in matters of design andinterior decoration. Poured by hand in hand blown glass vases, these luxurious creations areobjects of decoration in their own right as they adorn your interiors with elegance.
- #How to use#
Place all the sticks in the tank and then turn the bouquet over after 30 minutes. let the broadcast happen.
Turn the sticks over if you want to increase the intensity of the fragrance diffusion.
The duration of a perfume depends on the characteristics of the environment where it is located (space, height of ceilings, openings, curtains, etc.), heating, direct sunlight and drafts, which can accelerate evaporation.