Rose of No Man’s Land
Apply perfume to places where you feel your heart beat. For example the inside of the elbow and in the knee, on your wrist and in your neck. With a spray bottle, spray 1 or 2 times in the air and walk through the ‘perfume cloud’ that is created to perfume your hair. Hair is a very good carrier of perfume, it retains the scent well. Top notes: pink pepper, leaves of the Turkish rose. Heart notes: blossom of the raspberry bush, Turkish rose absolue. Base notes: papyrus, white amber.
A tribute to the nurses (often referred to by soldiers as “Rose of No Man’s Land”), who saved thousands of lives in the front line of the First World War, a story of selflessness and compassion. The perfume is like a soothing balm; refined elegance envelops the skin and strengthens the backbone. The pink peppercorns provide an extra boost to the delicate flower. Turkish rose petals open optimistically one by one, and the perfect heart of roses is combined with a radiant raspberry chord. Finally, a base of papyrus, wood and white amber; a bud of immense purity