8 Element Sport fragrance was created for Faberlic by the famous French perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour.
Fragrance: fresh, citrus and spicy.
Brave, strong and bright fragrance bursts out with the invigorating freshness of red orange, lime and pomelo. Its sport nature is enhanced with the energy of spices: cardamom, peppermint and clary sage. The dynamic woody notes in the trail strengthen one's desire for new achievements and victory.
The olfactory pyramid is a professional term used to divide fragrances into accords. A fragrance consists of three accords which speak sequentially: top (initial) notes, body notes and bottom (base) notes. The literal meaning of olfactory is "sense of smell". 8 Element Sport's olfactory pyramid:
Top notes: red orange, lime, pomelo, cardamom, peppermint, clary sage, lavender.
Body notes: water accord, geranium.
Base notes: wenge, ambergris, musk, oakmoss, white wood.
Package: spray bottle, 35 ml.
Shelf life: 5 years from the production date specified on the box.
Made for Faberlic JSC, 4 Nikolopolskaya str., Moscow, Russia
Country of Origin: Russian Federation
Contains: alcohol, aqua, parfum, d-limonene, linalool, butyl phenyl methyl propional, hydroxyisohexyl 3- cyclohexen carboxaldehyd, coumarin, citral, geraniol, citronellol, benzyl benzoate, iso-eugenol, eugeno.
- 8 Element
How to use fragrance properly?
The aromatic notes sound their best on the body's pulse notes:
- The wrist joint (where the pulse is measured),
- The elbow joint (internal side),
- Behind the ears,
- The neckline.
Hair holds the fragrance well, it can be sprayed on the neck or back of the head.
Finally, we recommend that you spray the fragrance upwards and enter into the cloud.
How to choose a fragrance?
Rule 1. Do not smell many fragrances at once. Try 3-4 fragrances, this way you will avoid mixing them and can remember the scent.
Rule 2. Do not spray the fragrance into the bottle cap. Try not to smell the fragrance directly from the bottle or sample. Put it on a blotter or clean tissue. Having chosen the fragrance this way, spray it on your skin in order to understand how it 'lives' on you.
Rule 3. Do not buy the fragrance based on first impressions. Walk a bit with the fragrance on, wait for the body notes (15-30 minutes)), which accompany you during the day after the volatile upper notes pass away, and make your choice after that.
Rule 4. Take notice of the weather, climate and situation. Remember that humid warm air spreads fragrance better than cold and dry air. Discreet fragrances are universal, while bright and strong ones are not always good for an office or beach. But the latter will not go unnoticed on a romantic date.
Rule 5. Turn the selection procedure into pleasure. A good mood is the best advisor in the difficult task of choosing a fragrance!.