Capri Forget Me Not Talcum Powder

Capri Forget Me Not Talcum Powder

SKU: 27657

A softening, delicately scented talcum powder for the most luxurious bath experience.

Refreshing, sweet and divinely smelling, this fine talcum is infused with essence of fig, mint and vanilla in the new Carthusia classic Forget- Me-Not fragrance.

In a Capri surrounded by the blue of the sea and the glamorous notes of the salon of the world, the fragrance Forget-Me-Not gives rise to a soothing talcum powder to be used everyday to refresh the body.

One sprinkle is enough to experience a new sensation that recalls intense yet mischievous fragrances. The talcum powder Forget-Me-Not conjures up feelings of Summer. Its mint component is light and tonifying, and encompasses a freshness that melds with the sweet and slightly frivolous features of vanilla, while the essence of fig brings this masterpiece to completion; Mediterranean essences, rule-breaking and somewhat assertive, but cuddled by the blossom-filled notes of jasmine and hyacinth that curb its impulsive nature.

Radiant, carefree and lively: the Capri of the 1960s. This is the essence of Forget Me Not, cradled in a packaging that cheerfully reproduces the distinctive places of the Island.
Talc, Magnesium Stearate, Parfum (Fragrance), Limonene, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Coumarin, Linalool.

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
Legend recounts that in 1380, the father prior of the Carthusian Monastery of St. James, caught unawares by the news of the arrival of Queen Joan of Anjou on Capri, picked a boquet of the most beautiful flowers of the island; these remained in the same water for three days and, as he went to throw them away, the prior noticed that it had acquired a mysterious fragrance unknown to him. So he turned to the friar versed in alchemy, who traced the origin of the scent to the "Garofilium Silvestre Caprese".

History relates that in 1948 the Prior of the Charterhouse found the old perfume formulae and, upon obtaining permission from the Pope, revealed them to a chemist from Piemonte in the North of Italy, and thus created the smallest perfume laboratory in the world, calling it "Carthusia", i.e. "Charterhouse".

Today Carthusia has put into practice its centuries-old knowledge in order to develop a culture of perfume unique in the world. Over the years, it has refined its mastery over the olfactory senses, perfecting and structuring its discernment of essences, in order to grant patrons the purest and most titillating emotions. Nowadays, as was done in the past, all stages of production are carried out by hand to guarantee accurate application of the natural methods involved, and the exquisite care of traditional craftsmanship.