Description: The infinite softness of a linen sheet drying in the spring sunshine; this is what the new Lin en Fleurs home fragrance evokes. A sweet floral fragrance combining the crisp freshness of apple and the discreet elegance of bamboo. At the heart, the delicate fragrance of flax flowers is lifted by the creamy facet of ylang-ylang and the rich sweetness of magnolia. A veil of musk envelops the bottom of the olfactory composition to accentuate the pastoral innocence of this new fragrance.
Flax is a herbaceous plant originating in Eurasia. There are around 200 species of flax plants in the world. The flowers blossom around the 15th June. The fields take on a subtle blue hue. Flax is harvested around the 15th July. After a process of transformation, the linen fibres are extracted. 60% of the linen produced is used for clothing, and 30% for the household.
It wafts the scent of spring over your home. Combined with a lamp in the seasonÕs colours, this new fragrance will give you the impression of a freshly washed linen sheet twisting and turning in the light breeze.
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