The Lily of The Valley is a beautiful white floral with a sweet, intoxicating scent.
It is a very important part of perfume history as every little piece of the plant is poisonous and any attempts to extract its essence were unusable directly in perfumery. A great deal of creativity was needed to make the idea of "Muguet" a usable ingredient in perfumery and you will find it in a variety of perfumes across the last century.
stearic acid, water, coconut oil, potassium hydroxide, fragrance, jojoba oil, sodium hydroxide, sodium lactate, and glycerin
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