To mask the harsh smell of tanned leather, 17th century Parisian glove makers enhanced their products, reserved for the nobility, with oils of musk, ambergris and civet. What is now considered the typical smell of leather, since that time is the particular perfume used to scent leather and leather goods.
The room perfume LEDER also relies on sensual notes, whose effect is familiar and cozy like the finest leather. At once exciting and soothing, the fragrance pulses from a heart of warm leather notes, subtly flanked by saffron flower, vanilla, incense and an unusual milk note. LEDER evokes associations of libraries, salons or bars, where cozy sofa landscapes invite to posh idleness.
Directions for use:
With this high quality formulation, it is not necessary to turn the sticks over.