P1 – eau de parfum

P1 is fresh and mild scent. It is a classic fragrance; a fresh, round, and feminine perfume with notes of peonies, coffee, and cilantro.
Along with the calming scent of white musk, P1 awakens the senses in the most pleasant way.

P2 – eau de parfum

The scent is pure and flowery; soft but yet intense.
The rose is accompanied by lychee and jasmine, with a hint of patchouli, vetiver, and vanilla.

P3 – eau de parfum

This scent is bold and set it selves aside from the other two.
If you wear P3 people will surely notice you!
A different and exciting scent with notes of roses, vanilla, orchid, and with a hint of praline.

The 3 levels of a fragrance

Perfumes have three levels, the so-called fragrance notes. These levels are called the top notes, the middle notes, and the base notes.
A fragrance evolves over time. Smelling a perfume, you will first notice the top notes. They are what gives you the immediate scent impression. After a while the middle notes appear, and finally the base notes take over.

The Top Notes

The top notes, or head notes, are fragrances that are released immediately after the perfume is applied.
The top notes will last for 10 – 15 minutes, before the deeper notes take over. After about an hour, the head notes will fade and give way to the heart notes.

The Middle Notes

The middle Notes are also known as the heart notes. As the head notes start to fade you will begin to notice the middle notes taking over. The middle notes are the heart, or body of the perfume.
These notes contain the scent that interacts with the body's chemistry, meaning your own personal scent.
It is the middle notes interaction with the body that makes a perfume smell different, depending on who is wearing it.

The Base Notes

The base notes will appear as the perfumes middle notes start to fade. The middle- and base notes make up the main theme of the perfume, and gives the fragrance its depth and firmness. The base notes will mature on the body and linger there for a minimum of six hours.

The 26 Allergens

ærlig’s products are cleansed of the 26 most common substances that the EU's cosmetics directive believes can cause allergies.
In regard to Etheric oils, almost all oils will be affected by this directive, as the allergens are found in many of the flower oils, and in all of the citrus oils and oriental oils.
There are only a few oils, that do not contain the 26 allergens.

Dermatologically Tested

ærlig perfumes have been dermatologically tested.
This means that the perfumes have undergone several tests to ensure that they do not cause skin irritation.
The tests have been conducted by an independent research institute and is the consumer's guarantee that the approved products are classified as skin-friendly.
However, it is not possible to completely rule out cases of skin reactions, due to individual sensitivity to one or more other ingredients.

Photo Toxicity

In some cases, a perfume can cause contact dermatitis if the skin is exposed to sunlight.
ærlig perfumes have been test free of phototoxicity.

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