The romantic plumeria fragrance impresses with its sweet, delicate and citrus scent which, combined with its spicy and warm notes reminiscent of cinnamon, vanilla, wild rose and jasmine, composes an exotic and timeless mix.
Intoxicating and secretly persistent, it evokes distant, ancient and eternal worlds, imprinted on the senses and mind.
Its seductive aroma has the power to cancel the distances of space and time and to project us into the most intimate and sensual of sensory states.
HOW TO USE
Place the air freshener on a flat surface, preferably at eye level.
Unscrew the cap, remove the under cap, insert the rods, screw the black cap back on.
it is necessary to let the sticks soak and turn them periodically to reactivate the diffusion of the perfume, it is better to use gloves.
The dispersed pigments are non-toxic. The deposition of the pigments on the bottom is to be considered normal, to reactivate the optical effect it is necessary to shake the diffuser or the rods vigorously without letting the contents escape.
The duration of a fragrance depends on the size of the room in which it is located, its temperature and direct sunlight
if the rooms are of medium size it is preferable to place the diffuser in the center of the room; if, on the other hand, they are larger, the use of two perfumers placed on the sides of the room is recommended
Alcohol, parfum, propylene glycol, aqua, Ronastar® Blue Lights, Colorona® SynBerry Pink
Contains the following allergens: Benzyl Alcohol, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Geraniol Alcohol
It's not a cosmetic
contains flammable liquid
Do not swallow.
Keep out of reach of children.
Follow only the use indicated on the label.
Keep away from heat sources. Keep away from open flames.
In case of accidental contact with eyes, rinse immediately and consult a doctor.
In case of accidental ingestion, contact your doctor immediately.
FUN FACT: Plumeria is a plant linked to many legends with a female background: an Italian one!
Plumeria or Pomelia is very widespread in Sicily, in particular in Palermo of which it is even the symbolic flower!
But beware! Legend has it that you can't keep a Plumelia in the house where a young woman of marriageable age lives, because otherwise she won't get married!
Hence the custom of owning only one Plumelia per house and of transferring it by female means: the bride who goes to live in a new house receives it from her mother as a wish for fertility formulated by analogy with the extraordinary example of the vegetative force of the plant that is considered immortal because its flowers bloom even after the branches have been cut!
Plumeria symbolically represents seduction, tenacity and resilience, very feminine traits!