(100ml / 3.4 oz Eau de Toilette Apaisante natural spray)
A sound mind in a healthy body!
Top notes: Geranium leaves, verbena
Heart notes: Patchouli heart, jasmine sambac
Base notes: Sandalwood, musk
A deeper and more delicate reinterpretation of the initial chypre accord: Geranium Leaves, Verbena, Patchouli Heart, Jasmine Sambac, Sandalwood and Musk make up this ultra feminine scent, saturated in natural elements selected for their aromachological benefits.
Seduction and Well-being
Pierre Guillaume is the young gun among France's top perfumers. PG stands for Pierre Guillaume and for Parfumerie Générale. A perfumer who accepts no limits, for whom the only matter that counts is artistic freedom. He masterfully reunited high-tech and ancient know-how. Poetry and frankness, numbers and sonorous titles circumscribe the unique fragrance collection of Pierre Guillaume.
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Born in Clermont, Pierre Guillaume was a young 25-year-old chemist when he composed his first fragrance, COZÉ 02.
This “Spicy Tobacco” accord, inspired by the contents of a precious cigar case owned by his father, received critical acclaim from the fragrance blogosphere, which brought it to the attention of professional buyers all around the world.
After New York Times perfume critic Chandler Burr praised “the young French chemist who concocted the coolest new European fragrances”, marked the commercial debut of the Collection Parfumerie Generale by Pierre Guillaume.
In 2010, the perfumer founded Pierre Guillaume Diffusion and set up a production facility comprising a composition studio, a cellar for raw materials and a packaging line solely dedicated to manufacturing the fragrances conceived by Pierre Guillaume.
A second facility was inaugurated in 2015 to handle the company’s logistics.
Pierre Guillaume enjoys complete artistic and financial freedom to create his perfumes collection's in his own studios and workshops, under the brand Pierre Guillaume Paris.
(description borrowed from the Pierre Guillaume website)