The "treatment scent" is a part of Clarins' well-being initiative, as the perfume offers both aromatherapy and phytotherapy.
According to WWD, the cosmetics giant collaborated with an International Flavors & Fragrances perfumer on the scent. And for "the first time with one of its eaux de soins, Clarins applied gemmotherapy -- an herbal therapy using the extracts of plant buds or rootlets."
Eau des Jardins' concoction is comprised of "extracts from buds of beech, black currant and mountain ash billed to help moisturize, soften and brighten skin."
A fragrance that also offers skincare benefits? Dab it on us!
We're already huge fans of Clarins' facial cleansers and sun care products, and now we have this multi-tasker to add to our list.
In addition to its herbal components, Eau de Jardins boasts essential oils like grapefruit, lemon, bergamot, orange and mint. This sounds positively springlike and refreshing.
We can't wait to take a whiff!
Eau de Jardins ($62, 100ml) will be available this month in Europe and will officially launch stateside this fall.
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