LOCHERBER MILANO Madeleine Rose Diffuser
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A fruity, floral and musky fragrance with top notes of cassis, Sicilia lemon, strawberry and orange combined with almond, violet leaves, eucalyptus, Damascus rose to finish with vanilla, tree moss, pine wood and fig.
Hand-painted glass vase surmounted by a T2 cap by Locherber® Milano.
Jacquard fabric label.
Intense and sensual, Madeleine Rose owes its name to the Damascus rose (often associated in the fifteenth century with the figure of Mary Magdalene) whose perfume is the heart of this delicate yet passionate fragrance that opens with fruity notes of cassis, lemon, strawberry and orange, evolves in slightly balsamic scents of eucalyptus and flowers of rose and violet leaves, to close in a sweet finish of fig and vanilla and slightly woody of tree mosses and pine wood.
Its refined bouquet recalls the elegant atmospheres of other times in a tender embrace for the senses.
The T2 cap is handcrafted using techniques patented by Locherber that recall a Roman temple capital to emphasise the influence of ancient Roman culture and create a piece of Made in Italy design to enhance further the space surrounding us.
Madeleine Rose the Locherber Milan fragrance inspired by the Middle East.
Tips & Care
The duration of a fragrance depends on the size of the environment in which it is located, its temperature, direct sunlight and air currents that can accelerate evaporation.
Follow our tips for optimal performance of your diffuser and to make the fragrance last longer.
Always keep the level in the diffuser for at least half of its content, avoiding the amount of oxygen in the bottle affecting the evaporation speed too much.
Put the Diffuser on a stable surface; after removing the cap it is recommended to use a funnel to pour the fragrance; after pouring the fragrance it is recommended to clean the diffuser with a slightly damp cloth; replace the cap and the diffuser is immediately ready for use.
Keep the fragrance as far away as possible from heat sources and direct light sources.