12/02/20

Introducing— Botanical Palets by Carrière Frères

Making the everyday act of opening your wardrobe a romantic and special occasion...

The Botanical Palets by Carrière Frères are beautifully crafted wax objects designed to perfume small spaces such as a wardrobe or draw. Each palet is hand-poured and sprigs of flowers or chips of cedar are positioned and set into the wax. Choosing only sustainable and ethically sourced materials, each element of the making process minimizes environmental impact without compromising on aesthetics or sensory attributes. Carefully sourced by l’Herboristerie de la Chartreuse, each botanical ingredient comes from a network of local foragers or worldwide partners, handpicked for their commitment to sustainable practices.

This is a perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself to enrich the senses— making the everyday act of opening your wardrobe a romantic and special occasion. Shop Carrière Frères, here.

Cedar —

A tree of the Pinaceae family, the cedar first grew in the atlases of North Africa. Light and sturdy, cedar wood is a favourite of carpenters and cabinet-makers. Its natural fragrance makes it a good insect repellent, and the Egyptians used its resin to embalm their dead. In aromatherapy, cedar oil fends off anxiety.

Rose —

Discovered in Turkey, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for its elegance and the finesse of its scent. During the rosebush’s intense blooming season, it displays an exquisite corolla of petals... From China to Persia, and Europe to Maghreb, the rose is celebrated as the Queen of Flowers. The rose has healing virtues and is all powerful : it is the symbol of love, beauty, and their frailty.

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Lavender

She’s also called “true lavender” and grows wild on the hills of Southern France. Purple shrubs of green grey leaves, lavender’s fragrant flowers stand up straight, defying the elements with their colourful spikes. Its essential oil, of the highest quality, purifies and heals. Lavender is a grand and generous flower.

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