Byredo Fleur Fantôme – Candle

A scent evoking the imaginary smell of silent flowers. Supposedly odorless varieties are more subtle than we think. A distinguished green blend from which surges the slightly almondy notes of heliotrope and discrete suede.

Please follow these tips to ensure that many beautiful moments with the scented candle are guaranteed. Do not place the candle outdoors or in draughts, near flammable materials and on heat-sensitive surfaces. Let the wax surface become completely liquid when lighting the candle for the first time, so that the candle burns evenly. Use a candle extinguisher to extinguish the candle, this prevents the wick from sooting and ensures that it remains evenly lit. If the wick is too long, cut it back to approx. 5 mm before each further lighting. The scented candle should not be left unattended and should not burn for more than four hours at a time. To avoid burns, the candle glass should cool down well before touching it.

Perfumer: Ben Gorham, Olivia Giacobetti, Jerome Epinette

Made in: France

Packaging: Glas jar

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Byredo
Fleur Fantôme – Candle

Scented Candle
€69.00 * / 0.24 kg
(€287.50 / 1 kg)

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

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  • Less waste
  • Vegan

Fleur Fantôme - Candle by Byredo evokes the imaginary smell of silent flowers. Supposedly odorless varieties are more subtle than we think. A distinguished green blend from which surges the slightly almondy notes of heliotrope and discrete suede.

Top Notes: Lemon Petitgrain Leaves, Rhubarb
Heart Notes: Tulip Extract, Violet Leaves
Base Notes: Galbanum, Heliotrope, Suede

Byredo
Byredo
Gegründet: 2006
Herkunft: Sweden

Byredo was founded in 2006 by Ben Gorham in Stockholm with an ambition to translate memories and emotions into the form of everyday products. Born to an Indian mother and a Canadian father, Ben grew up in Toronto, New York and Stockholm. He graduated from the Stockholm art school with a degree in fine arts, but a chance meeting with perfumer Pierre Wulff convinced him that he'd rather create fragrances than paintings. As an outsider in the beauty industry, he is somewhat of an anomaly and has created a unique position in the market for his personal style ...More

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