The 4-sku line has been formulated with microemulsions in order to avoid using ethanol
French perfume brand Maison Sybarite has revealed its first-ever water-based fragrance.
Geared towards eco-conscious consumers, the products are said to be formulated with microemulsions to avoid using ethanol, and are housed in recyclable packaging using paper from sustainable forests.
Maison Sybarite says the collection is “long-lasting, full-bodied and evokes feelings of confidence and empowerment”.
The edps are available in Maison Sybarite’s 720 scent, blending lavender, cardamom and patchouli; Opulent Wood, featuring sandalwood, cedarwood, black pepper, saffron and leather; Bed of Roses, formulated with mandarin, bergamot, rose, orris and cedarwood; and Spicy Calabria, featuring bergamot, ginger, limette and oud.
Antoine Lie was hired to create the brand’s 720, Opulent Wood and Bed of Roses fragrances, while Spicy Calabria is the product of Master Perfumer Laure Santantoni.
Customers can shop the range for £160 each; it is available to purchase at Bloom Perfumery online and at its Covent Garden store in London, UK.