Weight: 49 g, Quantity/Volume: 50 mL

When everything around is shackled with frosty freshness, only the most courageous and energetic can cope with the icy element. The sparkling scent will charge you with optimism and give you a pep throughout the day.

The Celsius fragrance was created especially for Faberlic by the French perfumer Elise Bena.

Celsius has a citrus and woody fragrance.

The aroma captures with an icy wave of citruses: lime, bergamot, and grapefruit, which makes you breathless. The coolness of the initial accord is emphasized by the frosty freshness of mint and lavender. Cold notes in the trail give way to the soothing warmth of Haitian vetiver and the amber and musky accord.

Celsius‘s fragrance pyramid:

Top notes: Lemon Zest, Lime, Bergamot, Grapefruit.
Middle notes: Mint, Lavender, Woody Accord.
Base notes: Haitian Vetiver, Amber, Musk.

Shelf life: 5 years from the manufacture date on the package.
Packaging: Spray Bottle, 1.18 fl. oz.

Ingredients:: alcohol denat., aqua, parfum, limonene, linalool, butylphenyl methylpropional, citral, geraniol, citronellol.

How to Apply Your Fragrance Properly?

The aromatic notes of your fragrance will sound their best when applied to your pulse points:

  • The inner side of your wrists (where the pulse is measured).
  • The insides of your elbows.
  • Behind the ears and on the sides of your neck.

Your hair may also help retain the fragrance for a longer time. Spray on the back of your head and on the sides of your neck.

Another option is to spray the fragrance upwards into the air, to create a cloud of the scent, and then to walk through the misty cloud.

How to Choose a Fragrance?

Tip 1. Do not try out too many fragrances at once: Only 3–4 fragrances may be sufficient, so that you can remember them afterwards.

Tip 2. Do not smell the fragrance directly from its bottle or tester bottle, or from its bottle cap. Instead, use a blotter strip or just a clean tissue to test the scent. Spray the fragrance of your choice onto your skin from a distance to understand what you are smelling and whether this smell agrees with you.

Tip 3. Do not rush to buy the first fragrance you like. Walk around with the fragrance on to see how the scent evolves after several hours. The top notes last about 15–30 minutes . The heart (middle) notes, however, last for the better part of the day. So, be sure to make your choice after you have experienced the fragrance on your skin evolve.

Tip 4. Consider weather, climatic and situational factors. Remember that scents spread more intensely in humid and warm air than in cold and dry air. Lighter scents fit any situation, while bright, saturated fragrances do not always work in the office or on the beach. But on a romantic date, they are more likely to draw attention.

Tip 5. Make sure to have fun when shopping for a fragrance. The pleasure of new aromas will be the best guide in your discovery of your next new fragrance.