Weight: 30 g, Quantity/Volume: 35 mL

When the world 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.

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

Fragrance: Citrus and Woody.

The aroma captures a moment with a cool blend of citrus: lime, bergamot, and grapefruit, which leaves you breathless. The cool confidence of the initial notes is emphasized by the crisp freshness of mint and lavender. The icy bottom notes give way to the soothing warmth of Haitian vetiver and an amber-musky blend.

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 date on the package.
Packaging: Spray Bottle, 1.2 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 be best featured when applied to your pulse points: inner wrists and

  • Inner side of your wrists (where the pulse is measured).
  • The insides of your elbows (especially if you’re wearing a sleeveless top).
  • behind the ears.

In addition to your pulse points, your hair may also help carry fragrance longer. Spray on the back of your head and sides of your neck.

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

How to Choose a Fragrance?

Tip 1. Do not try too many fragrances at once: Only 3–4 fragrances may be sufficient. Otherwise, you may risk overloading your olfactory sense (our sense of smell), which is not used to such a workout. Try to give each fragrance its own time so 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 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 4. When choosing a fragrance, make sure to consider the climate where you live or the weather conditions on a particular day, in addition to your social situation or setting. Opt for a delicate, subdued scent on a humid, warm day when the aroma would spread faster than in cold, dry weather. Consider fresh, light scents for the summer and richer scents for cooler fall and winter months. At work, in an office setting, you may want to wear a more discreet fragrance, whereas on a romantic night out, you can try a stronger scent to make an indelible impression on your date.

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