At the end of spring and at the beginning of summer, the royal-looking plant of the gardens, the peony, shines. Due to the lavishness of its flowers and the overflowing splendor of its petals, it is considered a symbol of prosperity, excellence, respect and abundance by the oldest growers, the Chinese.
The ancient Greeks considered it to be of divine origin, and it got its name from Paeon, the healer of the gods, which is why it was endowed with magical properties: it can keep evil spirits and harmful spells away from the household.
Christianity attached a new meaning to it: Pentecost, the symbol of the coming of the Holy Spirit, is the falling of the petals of the flame-colored flower.
Happiness and the perfect companion are popularly tied into wedding bouquets due to their attractive qualities.
Its delicate scent seems to be the essence of the flower’s beauty composed into a scent: classy, discreet and light.
Our nose is our most sensitive sense, and since scents mainly affect the area of the brain responsible for our behavior, memory and emotions, we can see how important it is to choose them. Over time, the perfume industry has developed a range of products with different concentrations so that we can tailor the scent we wear to our mood, mood and occasion.
EdP, i.e. Eau de Parfum, indicates that the product contains 18% fragrance, which represents the highest concentration after perfume. This makes its scent valuable and long-lasting: it can be felt for 5-6 hours.
If you want to dress up in this royal scent, use peony EdP to smell the classy scent of this sumptuous flower all day long!
How to use:
For a good scent all day, spray behind the ear, on the inside of the wrist, in the bend of the knee and elbow, i.e. on the pulse points. The fragrance combines with the individual scent of our skin and thus forms a unique aroma.
The perfume is stored in a cool place, protected from sunlight, so that it retains its quality.
Alcohol, Aqua, Parfum, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, Linalool**, Limonene**, Coumarin, Cinnamal, Eugenol
a natural component of the essential oil