"A product of L. Legrand's Oriza Perfumery and which we cannot recommend too highly, are the extra soaps, so fine that one can without fear make use of them for the face, a precious thing, for in winter, with the fires of coals, the complexion is apt to become dull, and if care is taken to use only the velvety and colorless Oriza soap, the complexion remains fresh and pure." L'Art et la Mode n°1 of 1890
Héliotrope (1886) : A symbol of piety, tirelessly turning towards the sun and its creator, Heliotrope reveals surprising accords of almond and iris...
Top notes: Orange blossom, Heliotrope and Violet leaves.
Heart notes: Almond, Heliotrope, Iris & Mimosa.
Base notes: Musk, Heliotrope, Rice powder, Benzoin and Tonka bean.
About Oriza L. Legrand :
In 1720, under the reign of Louis XV, Fargeon Aîné, Perfumer and Distiller of the King and his Court, (nicknamed in Europe "The Perfumed Court"), gave birth to the House of Oriza.
The House of Oriza L. Legrand is the official and patented supplier of the greatest foreign Courts (Russia, Italy, England), supplies the French Court until Napoleon III and presents its creations at the World Fairs in the world (Paris, Vienna, Philadelphia, Chicago).
Numerous awards encourage the excellence and superior quality of the compositions of the House of Oriza L. Legrand.
Proud of its glorious past and anxious to contribute to the revival of the creations that have made its reputation for four centuries on all continents, Oriza L. Legrand offers fragrances recreated from their original formulas and the House's archives.
The demanding resurgence of the House of Oriza L. Legrand has been carried out with the help of French craftsmen and family businesses, respecting the tradition of the Master Perfumers and the noblest raw materials.
We invite you to enter the history of the prestigious House of Oriza L. Legrand...
Vegetable soap, 125 grams, made in Marseille