Diptyque - Rituels - Do Son - Shower Oil
As a child, Yves Coueslant, one of diptyque's founders, spent his summers at the seaside in the pagoda that his father had had built in Do Son in the Along Bay. Far from the sticky heat of the large port in Haiphong, the air was cooler. The sea breeze carried with it the intoxicating and slightly spicy scent of tuberoses that his mother so loved. Do Son has both the delicateness and the persistence of a memory from a childhood in Indochina. A memory of flowers, hovering between lightness and voluptuousness. In the eau de parfum, the tuberose is more enduring still. Its scent brings to mind the sundown hour, when the white flowers stand out in the darkness of the wooden pagoda. The shower oil will shake up all your senses. Here, it becomes a foamy, satin lotion with new perfumed tones revealing themselves on the skin. The sensuality of Do Son's tuberose awakens and unveils its floral character, which is among the most voluptuous in the world of perfume.