- Introduction to Perfume: The Perfume Pyramid247 ViewsRead more
Perfume is described as a musical metaphor having three sets of notes. The notes unfold over time, with the immediate impression of the top note leading to the deeper middle notes, and then to the base notes that appear gradually at the final stage. These notes are created purposefully with knowledge of the evaporation process of the perfume.
- Amber Perfumes: Warm and Addicting Scent.375 ViewsRead more
Amber is a note commonly used in perfumery to add woody and warm notes, along with a tad of sweetness, to the perfumes of top brands. Amber also shines as the main note in niche perfume, creating a strong yet smooth and soft aroma, playing along the line of unisex fragrances and bringing to the perfume a multi-dimensional and classy vibe.
- A Queen’s Scent: Rose Perfumes518 ViewsRead more
Who doesn’t love the smell of roses - charming, alluring and romantic, yet full of elegance. Rose perfumes are one of the must-have fragrances in a woman’s wardrobe. Like an elegant dress, a beautiful Rose Fragrance can be worn at any occasion – be it a date, a wedding, or an anniversary. There are hardly any event that you can go wrong by wearing a Rose Perfume. Let’s check out some Rose Perfumes that L’Apothiquaire has brought to all of our Queens out there!
- The Perfume to Wear According to Your Horoscope - Cancer Zodiac Sign496 ViewsRead more
Cancer is a water sign, and is ruled by the moon. A Cancer tends to be soft, gentle, caring and family-oriented. White floral scents bring out the feminine and gentle side of Cancer, therefore, the perfumes that suit Cancer the best might be those with white floral base – Jasmine, Honeysuckle, Gardenia, White Rose.
- Brand New Scents: Introducing New Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier Perfumes429 ViewsRead more
From the niche perfume house Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier, we introduce to you 6 brand new fragrances, waiting to be discovered by L’Apothiquaire perfume lovers.
- Grasse, France: The world's capital of perfume457 ViewsRead more
The city of Grasse is familiar to most perfume lovers. This beautiful city of Southern France, located just north the French Riviera, has developed flower’s cultures and perfumery since the 17th century. The best scents and essences are produced by craftsmen since then. Many royal courts and noble people used to go there to enjoy the best products. Extracts for big perfumery houses and cosmetic brands all around the world are still produced today.
- Summer Body Care: Tips for a glowing skin this summer281 ViewsRead more
Every summer, we all face the same concern – how to protect our skin from being darken by the heat and humidity. To keep your skin radiating and glowing, here are some tips you can follow this season.
- REN CLEAN SKINCARE : 4 – STEP SKINCARE ROUTINE FOR SENSITIVE SKIN307 ViewsRead more
Sensitive skin takes a lot of time and efforts to take care of, and sometimes makes you wonder where to start with an effective skincare routine. REN – the clean skincare brand from England, has developed the Evercalm range, specially designed to protect skin against environmental harm and pollution, which can cause sensitivity and damage. Using potent bio-extracts, Evercalm trains skin to become less sensitive over time, boosting its tolerance and reducing redness and irritation. With REN,...
- Erbaviva Sunscreen – Good for your skin, good for the ocean.328 ViewsRead more
What does it mean to be #coralreefsafe? Many "natural" sunscreens claim this distinction, but it's not currently regulated by the FDA. This means any seemingly "natural" product can claim to be coral reef safe, leaving it up to the consumer to figure out what that actually means.
- Savon de Marseille - Pure and Natural soap from France531 ViewsRead more
Big blocks of olive oil based soap have been crafted for one thousand years in the South of France. Since 1688 French law has declared that only soaps that are produced by following certain ancient methods, and containing only the purest ingredients, shall bear the famous mark “Savon de Marseille”.