Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty. Women coat their skin and hair with its essential oil monoï, with glowing effect.
The Polynesian tiare, of the Rubiaceae family, is the national flower of Tahiti. Amongst the most famous gardenias, the tiare is deliciously aromatic and a symbol of beauty. Women coat their skin and hair with its essential oil monoï, with glowing effect. Its ancient recipe “Mahohi”, obtained from the maceration of tiare buds in Coprah oil, is an essential base of Polynesian medicine. Its tree blooms into immaculate white flowers that contrast with the intense green of its leaves. The tiare’s suave scent is reminiscent of tuberose.
Duration 8 to 12 weeks
Bottle size 12.5 cm H x 6.5 cm W
How to use a diffuser
When you first set up your diffuser, if you would like scent straight away, soak the rattan sticks in the bottle and flip them so the scented part of the sticks is outside of the bottle.
Flip the sticks every four days or as you feel the scent is weakening.
Changing the number of sticks also allows you to control the intensity of the perfume.
The duration of the perfume will vary depending on the size of the room, temperature, exposure to direct sunlight, and draughts. All of these things can increase the evaporation speed of the perfume.