Eau de Parfum 100ml
A freshness of character.
A fresh, solid and dry fragrance like the material it is named after. A modern woody scent carried by ambroxan that makes it addictive. The notes of sandalwood, cypriol and cedar follow one another to leave an impression of character and power. Un Bois vibrates like a "Fender" or "Gibson" in full release. The freshness of the Italian bergamot and the elegance of the Haitian vetiver finish to make this perfume a classic for men and women of their time!
TOP NOTES: Italian bergamot, Asian black pepper essence
HAERT NOTES: Ambroxan (Sage Isolate), Virginia cedar wood essence
BASE NOTES: Indian papyrus wood, Malaysian gurjum balm essence, Haitian vetiver essence
COMPOSITION: Alcohol Denat, Parfum (Fragrance), Water (Aqua), D-Limonene, Linalool, Citral.
Perfumer: Amélie Bourgeois (Flair)
ABOUT THE BRAND
Obvious is a new luxury perfume brand founded by David Frossard and that combines simplicity with elegance, and elegance with respect. While Obvious is completely motivated by transparency, recyclability and accountability, make no mistake, the brand epitomises luxury, savoir-faire, generosity, and beautiful complementary creations that are simple yet eminently complex. When it comes to concentrates, Obvious favours natural ingredients but does not shun synthetic ones. We have chosen to use organic dilution alcohol, recyclable bottles made from recycled glass, cork caps with no plastic inserts, and boxes made from recycled paper and naturals dyes.
In a word, ‘obvious’ sums up Obvious’ entire approach. This is what the brand is all about: an obvious name, obvious simplicity, obvious style, and perfumes that obviously say what they are without resorting to false complexity: Une Rose, Un Poivre, Une Vanille, etc. Obvious is an obvious expression of this real desire for olfactory elegance and a new concept of luxury that inspires many of us i.e. a luxury that reflects the very essence of what it offers, and which is made in accordance with French good manufacturing practices.
Less is more… This is obvious!