A fragrance as soft and tender as a loving caress. From world-renowned French designer Philippe Starck, Peau de Soie is a body perfume that captures the scent of flowers on warm skin. Originally developed with famous perfumer Dominique Ropion, the iconic scent has now been faithfully adapted to a home fragrance by Maison Berger Paris. Bold and playful notes of cherry are enhanced by refined, sensual, and powdery violet and iris. A swell of delicacy slowly reveals itself as zesty bergamot paired with an aromatic sillage adds modernity. This freshness is balanced by a warm, virile base of musk and patchouli, accentuated by green chypre notes. As this fragrance lightly kisses the air, your space is filled with the warmth and gentleness of a loved one’s touch.
Use with any Lampe Berger to purify and delicately perfume your home. The Lampe Berger has a unique and patented diffusion system that helps eradicate undesirable odors and bacteria while also diffusing your favorite fragrance. Purify your air the French way.
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Because you deserve the best, we strongly recommend that you use your Lampe Berger exclusively with Maison Berger Paris official fragrances.
Why? Only the use of Maison Berger Paris fragrances with the Maison Berger Paris catalytic process can guarantee quality and safe use of the Lampe Berger. Using fragrances other than those of Maison Berger can seriously damage your burner.
This bright, floral fragrance captures the feeling of silk caressing skin. The Peau de Soie (pronounced “poh de swah”) home fragrance is a reinterpretation of the body perfume of the same name from famed French designer Philippe Starck. With a name that roughly translates to “silky skin,” the fragrance opens on a blend of cherry, bergamot, and powdery violet, before continuing with iris, aromatic notes, and white musk in the heart. An earthy facet reveals itself in the base, where patchouli and green chypre notes entwine, enveloped in a veil of musk.
Cherry, Bergamot, Violet
Iris, Aromatic Notes, White Musk
Musk, Patchouli, Chypre Notes
Smells like mahlab, the spice made from ground cherry pits and used in Middle Eastern baking. Kind of like unsweetened marzipan and at once rich, fruity, and a bit bitter. Powdery, but not stuffy, just soft. The type of scent that asks you to come closer for a second smell.