Summer fragrances for mum&daughter

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Summer fragrances for mum&daughter

The first smell perceived by the newborn is obviously that of his mother to which he will link feelings of protection and well-being.
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The smells have a fundamental role in the construction of our memory and without bothering Proust with the Petites Madaleines the first smells perceived by the child will be engraved with positive and negative references in his brain throughout his life. The first smell perceived by the newborn is obviously that of his mother to which he will link feelings of protection and well-being. In this wake the latest trend is born talking about fragrances dedicated to children. Bulgari with Petit e Maman is a fresh fragrance inspired by moments of happiness that unite mothers and children. The Petits et Mamans line is also a joy for the eyes thanks to the cheerful and fun packaging, inside and out. For children from the age of 3 Pour Enfants by Creed is the new water-based eau de toilette, strictly alcohol-free, which paints a swirl of juicy colors and fruits. Apple, plum, citrus fruits and rose petals are the protagonists chosen by Monsieur Creed for this perfumed cuddle that will certainly delight even all the women who in a perfume seek tenderness and spontaneity.
For those looking for an exclusive fragrance Serge Lutens Fleurs d’Oranger with its notes of Orange Blossom, White Jasmine, Tuberose of the Indies, White Rose, Vegetal Musk recalls the smell of a child’s kiss In the seventeenth century the extract of orange blossom was also called essence of neroli because the Duchess Orsini of Neroli gave it its name telling a simple story of a nascent sapphire and the kiss of a child. For those who want to tie the memory with his mother to exotic travels, he will have to choose Comptair Sud Pacifique with the aroma of vanilla and banana, perfect for children aged 5 and up. Instead, an “explosion of moss and freesia with aristocratic taste is that of E. Condray. The history of Coudray was born under the reign of Louis XVIII, when Edmond Coudray, physician and chemist, became the supplier of cologne, creams, soaps, powders and ointments of the main royal courts. He elaborates luxurious and precious perfumes and even creates for Queen Victoria of England the perfume “Reine Victoria” and the famous soap with juice of lettuce. All that remains is to choose your favorite.

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