Iris Palladium woda perfumowana

Olfactory group: woody floral
Product code: LEP-Iris Palladium woda perfumowana
PLN 555.00
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Iris Palladium is a rare combination of flowers and precious metals. Its secret and power are revealed by the notes of iris and cardamom, which open the composition. This delicate, sensual scent will envelop you like a silky scarf and warm every inch of your skin. The woody, vanilla-like base of sandalwood gives a subtle and emotional character to this unique scent combination.

Fragrance Notes

cilantro, cardamom, lavanda


common wormwood, iris, violet


sandalwood tree, vanilla, guaiacum tree, amber, benzoin, cedar tree

About the brand Les Eaux Primordiales


Les Eaux Primordiales is a collection of bold, "graphic" scents inspired by the industrial heritage of northern France, as well as science and art, particularly the work of German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher.

The founder and "nose" of the brand is Arnaud Poulain - a visionary, engineer, and lover of the land; a meticulous and demanding creator. His main inspiration comes from childhood memories - he uses visual memory to bring his fragrant creations to life. It must be said that he does it very well, and each composition deeply moves and stimulates the senses.

The collection is divided into three lines: Superclassique, Supercritique, Superfluide.

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Co-creator of the Iris Palladium fragrance

I really wanted to emphasize the classic character of the new composition. For me, these somewhat autobiographical scents evoke feelings reminiscent of happy, innocent memories of first love. Iris Palladium is like a second skin. It is a bold combination of classicism and modernity.

Arnaud Poulain