The diffused air leads to a lush meadow covered with tall grass and wildflowers, surrounded by centuries-old woods which have been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In the clearings shaded by the trees, the rare Iris Marsica grows, a unique variety of iris, which gives off a delicate powdery scent. The unforgettable fragrance of this wild flower is combined with a bouquet of white flowers resting on a background of creamy woods, punctuated by hints of blackcurrant, with a sour and sugary aroma. There is a slight hint of ash, evoked by a faint smoky note, which recreates the atmosphere of the fountain located near the shelter where in the past housewives used to clean the linen using the ash from the fireplace.
Recommendation for use:
For the first use it is recommended to let the natural wood sticks soak for about two hours in the liquid and then turn them over. Depending on the desired intensity and on the size of the space, it is suggested to turn the sticks once / twice a week, at will. For greater diffusion, the room fragrance can be placed at a height of man and in a passageway: the air will be the conductor of the olfactory particles, helping to spread the fragrance with each movement.
ABOUT PARCO 1923
Founded in Pescasseroli, Italy, Parco 1923 tells the story of millenary woods and mysterious flowers. It is a story written by the plants living in one of the most pristine places in the world - the Abruzzo, Lazio, and Molise National Park - centuries old forests that are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Founders Paride Vitale and Ugo Maria Morosi spent years perfecting the formulas, working with botanical and fragrance experts and gaining the express approval of the park rangers, before releasing the rare scents captured in their very special products for all to enjoy.
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