Olympus, the mountain seat of the gods of Greek mythology, has always aroused the awe and admiration of the mortals. It was ruled by Hera — the wife of Zeus, mother goddess, queen of the sky, golden and beautiful. In honour of her divine femininity, we created the Goddess of Olympe Eau de Parfum; in this composition, you will feel the truly heavenly richness of… fragrance! The milky, sweet hazelnut sets the tone for this sweet symphony in honour of beauty. Green melon, water and candy, adds a bit of fruity undertones, is accompanied by sour orange. When Hera rides across the sky in a chariot drawn by a peacock, she is filled with the scent of sandalwood, jasmine and amber imported from distant lands; together they create an exceptionally feminine, sensual tone. Rose and vanilla sweeten this Eau de Parfum and speak of a slightly more girly aspect to this patron saint of brides. The nutty, greasy coconut adds a velvety smoothness to the fragrance and finishes it like a woven sash in the outfit of the Lady of Olympus. Discover your divinity and wear Goddess of Olympe!

Orange contains essential oil which has an intense, acidic scent; clearly sunny, warm, warming and at the same time energizing and stimulating to action.


Hazelnut has a milky, sweet, typically nutty scent, reminiscent of the interior of an exceptionally well-stocked pastry shop. It smoothes perfume compositions and allows acidic notes to reverberate.


Jasmine has an intoxicating scent that is clearly associated with romantic love and the game of seduction. This oriental flower smells very intense and is often used in women's perfumes.


Melon is sweet and fruity, but its aroma is watery, light and gives way to many other aromas. Its role in perfumes is to smooth and nuance the composition without playing the first violins.


Sandalwood has a characteristic scent, reminiscent of India, so liked by fans of wood perfumes. Its strong, heavy fragrance adds seriousness and oriental atmosphere to aromatic compositions.


Rose is romantic in nature, fresh, sweet — but at the same time a bit sour, slightly citrusy. Next to jasmine, it is the most popular perfume flower.


Vanilla is associated with candies, sweets, and cookies because of its common use in gastronomy. Common in gourmand fragrances, it has a distinctly milky-buttery undertone and a long trail.


Coconut is the nut of a palm tree growing in the equatorial zone. Its interior is white and greasy, slightly fruity in its aroma, but still associated with something sweet and edible. Note popular in gourmand fragrances.


Amber does not smell by itself, but when rubbed or burnt it gives off an incense-like smell. It is a coniferous resin that fell into sea water and hardened over thousands of years.

INCI: Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Benzyl Salicylate, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Citronellol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, Linalool, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Methylpentenol Methylthiophene, Coumarin, CI 14720, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Limonene, Alpha Isomethyl Ionone, Geraniol, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Citral, Cinnamal.


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