Perfume secret: The Timor Sea is a section of the Indian Ocean. Branches of driftwood often wash up on its shores. The name “driftwood” implies a number of days, weeks, months or years spent in an expanse of seawater. It is often used as a decorative or artistic element. Inspired by strolls along the white sand strewn with driftwood, perfumers have recreated the idea of the fragrance of driftwood: a woody fragrance without greenery with sensual and musky facets, blended with sea salt, spray and sunshine.
Expert tip: Bois d’Eau suffuses your home with a fresh, light and crystalline atmosphere. Its original fragrance takes you to the white sand on the loveliest beaches in the Indian Ocean. Combine with a lamp in soft shades. Using perfumes other than those of Lampe Berger can seriously damage your burner.
The fragrance: A woody and crystalline Home Fragrance. Top notes: Citrus fruits, sea spray, aquatic notes. Heart notes: Water fruits, driftwood, transparent flowers. Bottom notes: Vetiver, white sand, musks. Composition: Perfumes, aqua, isopropyl alcohol.