Eau De Toilette Acqua
Acqua is the aquatic fragrance which is the olfactory reflection of this so symbolic sea “in the middle of the land”: the Mediterranean Sea.
A tribute to this calm, rippling sea swept along by the Mistral – a Provencal wind –Acqua contains the marine, aromatic scents of pine, cypress and lavender that can be inhaled close to the shores.
Smell the breeze that blows through the foam and first of all carries away aquatic notes and rose essence.
Let yourself then be taken over by these waves of aromatic Provencal plants and breathe in these wafts of pine, cypress, clarysage and lavender.
Finally there is a hint of the sensual harmonies of moss spiced by sandalwood and white musk in the dry down notes.
Directions for use
Acqua Eau de toilette can be applied to the skin. Spray on your body’s pulse points: neck, torso, wrists.
To boost the adherence of the fragrance on your skin, cleanse your skin with the shower gel and use the after-shave balm from the range.
The bottle of the Acqua Eau de toilette re-uses the codes of traditional French perfumery and even evokes the shapes of apothecary bottles. The deep blue lacquered bottle resembles the seabed of this symbolic Mediterranean Sea. The glass is facetted and adorned with a masculine black cap. The case is decorated with a sketch representing the banks of the Mediterranean often lined with pine trees and other aromatic plants.
The inspirations behind Acqua
Marianne Comte – Designer at Jeanne en Provence
A little cove nestled at the heart of the Lérins islands, bathed by the crystalline water of the Mediterranean and cradled by cicada song was the initial inspiration behind this sketch.
Rémi Barbier – Perfumer at Only Fragrance, fragrance creator
The theme of the Mediterranean Sea proposed by Jeanne en Provence to develop his new perfume awoke olfactory memories in me. The strong scent of pine trees, the sea and aromatic notes came to mind: I had the bases for my future perfume...
Alcohol Denat., Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragrance), Benzyl Salicylate,Citronellol, Eugenol, Geraniol, Limonene, Linalool