This body milk helps to moisturise the skin and leaves behind a floral, feminine scent, where green and fruity notes mingle with Rosa Centifolia floral water from Provence.
Roses and dessert, do you imagine a more perfect duo? An exclusive combination of aromas enriched with Provencal and Damascus rose waters, extracts and oils, revealing floral notes of roses, magnolias and citrus mandarins and Neroli, which go perfectly with wood and dessert chords.
No visit to Aix en Provence would ever be complete without tasting (and falling in love) the unique almond paste candy known as Calissons. They are delicious and hard to find, yet making them is not so difficult, taking the time to make them from scratch is worth the effort, so you can now easily eat them at home.
It is believed the Calisson originally came from medieval Italy, but came to France in 1473, on the occasion of the wedding feast of King René's second marriage. However, production of the sweet treat became widespread around the 16th century when almonds started to be grown around the Aix en Provence region and thereby.