An interest in the milky way is nothing new: the starry beauties that populated mythical kingdoms already nurtured such a fascination a long, long time ago. Bathed in milk, Cleopatra, Poppaea Sabina and Diane de Poitiers immersed themselves in its virtues – virtues which would not be forgotten.
This revisited Lait Virginal gently enfolds all skin types, including the most fragile ones, in its fragrant wake. It brings radiance to the skin and inebriation to the senses.
The upshot: skin is exalted, hydrated and gently perfumed; skin grain is evened out.
What to do next? Let the grandeur of queens take a hold of you. Parade in front of an array of suitors. Plan a restful trip. Fall asleep in a pair of handsome arms – and why not those of Morpheus.
Damask Rose: a bunch of roses, boosted with ginger and vetiver. Thousands of red and pink petals thrown into Astarte’s bath, blanketing the sandalwood floors of temples, strewn across the beds of queens. Their triumph exudes the sweet opulence of the rose and the vetiver, the maidens’ ginger-fiery kisses raining down upon the victors from the balconies.
Seven scents by l’Officine enhance this divine body lotion: Mexican Tuberose, Scottish Lichen, Damask Rose, English Honey, Makassar, Berkane Orange Blossom, and Peruvian Heliotrope.