Peach & Jasmine
What do you get when you combine the sweet scent of peach with the floral perfume of blue jasmine? Forever a summer feeling! With this fragrance combination, you'll feel like you're in a Mediterranean garden full of blooming fruit trees after every wash. What's not to like about that?
Fruity & invigorating
The lush scent of peach is like a summery embrace, known not only for its delightful fragrance but also for its refreshing properties. The fruity aromas will not only bring joy, but are also frequently used in aromatherapy to reduce stress and promote a sense of well-being. A juicy and invigorating experience for the senses!
sereen & Soothing
The enchanting scent of blue jasmine, also known as blue cornflower, is like a gentle and soothing embrace. In addition to its pleasant fragrance, blue jasmine is renowned for its relaxing properties, reducing stress and promoting a sense of serenity. This makes the scent a favorite for moments of tranquility and reflection.
The tempting fragrance combination of sweet peach and delicate jasmine is like a tropical embrace - a fruity symphony that brings a sense of relaxation and serenity. Let yourself be transported to a tropical paradise with this enchanting duo.
The peach, botanically known as Prunus persica, originally hails from China. The peach tree spread along ancient trade routes to Persia, the Middle East, and later to Europe. In Chinese culture, the peach was considered a symbol of immortality and a long life. Chinese pilgrims brought peach seeds to Persia, where the fruit became known as "persica," eventually leading to the English name "peach." In Europe, peaches gained popularity during the Renaissance and became a favorite fruit of royal courts. Today, peaches are grown and appreciated worldwide for their juicy, sweet taste and aromatic fragrance.
Jasmine has an enchanting history that traces back to ancient civilizations in Asia, particularly in China and India. The flower symbolizes love, beauty, and well-being and was often used in religious ceremonies and as a sign of hospitality. Over the centuries, jasmine spread to the Middle East and later to Europe, where it became popular for its delightful fragrance. It was frequently used in perfumes and cosmetics. Jasmine remains a beloved flower, not only for its scent but also for its various applications in tea, perfumes, and essential oils.
Did you know…
… peach is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants? The fruit is used in skincare for its hydrating and rejuvenating properties.