Available in 10ml, 30ml & 50ml
Like the name suggests, Forest Myst is an enchanted fragrance that takes the spirit of nature and distils it into a luxurious perfume rife with magic and mystery, and which defies gender and occasion. When it comes to Forest Myst, theres no wrong way to wear it.
This intriguing fragrance starts with playful top notes of fresh cypress, iris absolue, and aromatic juniper berries. The middle notes invite smoky elements of myrrh, incense and patchouli, while the base notes widen the fragrance, and this is where things get really interesting. A warming combination of vanilla and honey meet the sensuality of amber and resin, while woody notes and dry leather along with musk give Forest Myst an intoxicating powdery essence.
Forest Myst is wild and sophisticated at the same time, redolent of natures most savage qualities but expertly blended to achieve grace and distinction. Its intensity is tempered by its complexity, as you begin to pick up on certain notes and feel as though it brings out a side of yourself you didnt know existed before. Not only is Forest Myst unisex, it pushes every boundary out of the waywear it during the day, at night, for everyday occasions or for the most formal gatherings.
The very best scented oils are used in producing this high-quality product, crafted from a mix of organic and vegan friendly traditional ingredients.
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This a lovely warm and inviting scent which is very clean and fresh. Beautifully light and uplifting
Ste Corbett | St Helen's | May 2020
This one is absolutely incredible and beautiful. It's very sensual and warming. My favourite. I haven't smelt the original but on its own this is just lovely
Jon Snow | The North | October 2019