Solid Perfume, Diptyque
Diptyque's Solid Perfume in the imitable and supremely cool black bakelite compact engenders envy in one and all. You just must try this---it's as simple as that.
This lovely version of Diptyque perfumes is inspired by the tradional perfumers' method and is an echo of immersion and extraction techniques of natural aromas. From Grasse to the Indian regions, the creation of ointments remained the same: submerged in a balm, the pure scent of the flowers naturally permeates through. It is an arduous process requiring daily filtering and replacement of the flowers until creating a fully saturated paste of perfume. Diptyque's solid perfumes convey the most delicate elegance; it glides from the tip of your finger behind your ear, onto your neck, across your collarbone or over your wrist where the fragrance is most ambrosial. Lingering like a fragrant second skin, the solid perfume lightly releases a trail of scent throughout the day. As a precious salve, it resides in a lovely case to preserve the delicate scent of this refined balm.
The elegant oval shape pays homage to the world-renowned Diptyque logo, while the brand name is discreetly and artfully engraved onto the lid. The case is the ideal size to slip into a purse, making this beautiful little box the ideal companion throughout life's adventures.
Available in the following fragrances; simply select from the drop-down box:
Do Son - A luscious, velvety melange of tuberose, orange tree leaves, rose berries and musk.
Eau Duelle - A vibrant dash of cold spices with fresh aromatic tinges. Vanilla emerges triumphant against the light and dark backdrop.
L'Ombre dans L'eau - The rustling of petals and the leaves of bushes heavy with fruit in an English garden. The very botanical, very green vigor of the black currant foliage sap is fused with Bergamot and mandarin to temper the leafy note.
Philosykos - A joyous souvenir of vacations in Greece. Philosykos is the entirety of a fig tree contained in a bottle: the roots, the milky sap of the fruit, and the bark, but above all the freshness of the leaves in their different phases of development.