pH Fragrances is a French brand of niche perfumes, which has already appeared on my blog many times. This time I found a composition called Mistral & Flower of Vichy. It is an aromatic citrus blend that intrigued me after the first application on the skin. How did my testing go?
Mistral & Flower of Vichy is a composition that includes ingredients such as: sea notes, citron,
lemon, sage, coriander, lily of the valley, oak meh, styrax and amber. The opening of the fragrance is an incredibly addictive blend of sage, coriander, sea notes and citrus. The smell is unobvious and very aromatic. Sage and coriander create an interesting herbal coating, whereas citrus and sea notes make for a fresh and refreshing base. In the next stage, the fragrance becomes a bit more amber wood. Notes of amber and styrax begin to be felt. The scent becomes more and more smooth and close to the skin, although, still intriguing and prompting further tests.
The fragrance parameters are at a very good level. I am delighted with how the herbal citrus blend can create such a wonderful atmosphere. The unusual combination of ingredients has resulted in the creation of a niche, but very affordable fragrance that literally everyone will fall in love with. I am extremely proud of the pH Fragrance brand for developing in such a wonderful way. I am looking forward to testing their next creations.