Sacred wood from Amazonia, the Palo Santo is used in numerous healing and afterlife communication rituals. It is during a trip to South America that the perfumer, Alexandra Monet, fell in love at first sight with this wood. Unsatisfied by the perfumery ingredient that was extracted from it, she re-created it thanks to a specific combination, out of respect for the plant and for its fragrance.
Without a doubt among the most ancestral raw material of perfumery, Incense and Myrrh fit perfectly. The Frankincense - real incense - releases spicy and mineral notes, while Myrrh delivers suave and warm notes, almost liquorish, which brings an Oriental touch to perfumes. Wood, for sure, but a creamy and sensual one. The Cedar wood can also recall a pencil lead, fresh and slightly regressive. A blond and resinous wood, with a strong personality.