Perfume is one of the most essential products in men’s care.
During the Roman period, perfume was not only used to honor the gods, but was also a big part of their daily life. They used it in baths, massages and skin care. They even perfumed the soles of their shoes!
In the XVIII century, Napoleon I was an Eau de Cologne addict, it is said that he consumed over 60 liters a month! Not only he perfumed himself, but also perfumed his apartments, his horse and he took baths in Eau de Cologne he even drank it!
Nowadays, fragrance is a basic product in any men’s vanity case, it adapts to the lifestyle of the man; is another accesory that reflects his personality.
TOUS MAN is the first men’s perfume of TOUS, an oriental, fruity-woody fragrance.
From the very first notes, perfumist Gilles Romey enables us to impeccably appreciate the alliance between the hesperidic scents of the Indies grapefruit and the Orange of Brazil, the freshness of ginger, both of which harmoniously combine with a dash of Szechuan pepper and clary sage to actively reflect the personality of the TOUS man.
The audacity of this man is manifested in the originality of the Campari scent and the vividness of the wild rhubarb, combined with West Indies pineapple and “Red Delicious” apple.
The sensuality of precious woods – cedar, sandalwood, and the Tonka bean tree – and the elegance of amber and white musk highlight the contemporary viewpoint of male seduction.
In ancient times, therapeutic properties were attributed to perfume, nowaways we cannot deny the effect aromas have in our state of mind.
Some TOUS MAN components have the following effects:
ORANGE: Relxaxes, soothes and is a sedative. It is used to create a happy enviroment.
APPLE: Improves memory and speeds the learning capacity.
SANDALWOOD: Is a soft sedative with an euphoric and innovative psiquic effect. It boosts creativity and it helps to have vivid dreams, is an aphrodisiac.
How frecuently do you use fragrances? Do you change your perfume depending of the ocassion?