Korres - Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Eau de Toilette - 50 ml

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The Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel from Korres brings together refreshing Mint and Grapefruit while Fir Balsam, Geranium, Sage and Nutmeg are fused with notes of Amber, Vetiver and Moss to create a pure aquatic character. The long-lasting aroma is the perfect complement to Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Showergel.



How to use

Spray the Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Eau de Toilette on your wrist, in your neck, behind your ears or in your inner elbows. These spots are the warmest places of your body so the perfume will react with your body heat and keeps emanate the perfume. You can also spray some perfume in your hair so you can smell the sent as you move. Do keep a distance while spraying the perfume in your hair because the perfume contains alcohol and can dry out the ends.


The Blue Sage, Lime & Fir Wood Eau de Toilette from Korres contains the following ingredients:  Alcohol Denat., Parfum( Fragrance), Aqua/ Water/Eau, Benzyl Benzoate, Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Seed Oil, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Geraniol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Hexyl Cinnamal, Limonene, Linalool, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract.

About the brand

Have you ever wondered why Greece produced so many god(esse)s? Well we know the answer! The secret is hidden in the Greek flora. And now, those flora are available to everyone thanks to Korres and their special beauty products. Be inspired by this modern Greek apothecary brand, with its homeopathic roots, and wonderful and effective natural care products. Korres offers a complete range of innovative and deliciously-scented unisex face-, body- and haircare products. All made using plant extracts from Greece’s fertile land. So now you no longer need to deliberate about how Greece managed to produce so many god(esse)s!