Fleur de Loukoum Night (Loukoum Flower for the night). Woman. Natural Perfume.
Atmosphere The Butterfly Girl in the day turns into a glamorous, slightly provocative and intensely sensual Woman with this Night Version of Fleur de Loukoum. The playful scent of Red Berries Jams and Turkish Loukoums marry the ultra-feminine Jasmine flower for an intoxicating, charming and unmistakable aura no one will forget, as long as the night lasts…
Notes A candylike, powerful and passionate composition with an explosion of red berries aromas, such as Raspberry, Buchu and the Australian exclusive Strawberry Gum and the caramelized undertone of the Namibian Omumgorwa Resin. Its passionate and seductive heart of Jasmine is rendered even more vibrant by the pheromonal Hyraceum hint.
Closest olfactive family Fruity, Oriental and Floral.
Aromatherapy Uplifting, comforting, confidence enhancing, and slightly aphrodisiac.
* Occurs naturally in essential oils ** Essential and vegetable oils and extracts *** A fossilized waste used to mark the territory of the Cape Hyrax, valorized, sustainably and ethically collected in the wild by communities in South Africa and extracted in a clean tincture.
100% natural plant ingredients and hyraceum. No synthetic fragrances. Vegetarian. All NadiaZ products are made with Virgin Vegetable Oils and GMO free. No chemical preservatives, parabens or mineral oils. Patch tested on humans. No animal testing.
NadiaZ perfumes may contain 15-150 plants which bear unique active ingredients and interact with each other in NadiaZ holistic compositions. The featured plants are a selection of some of them for you to discover. Please check the menu NadiaZ Ingredients to learn more about the brand repertoire. NadiaZ is involved in research on the specific phytotherapeutic properties of indigenous plants, however perfumes enter in the cosmetic category and not in the medicinal one, which is why legislation do not make it possible to describe those on this website or the brand documentations. Feel free to google them or check on Wikipedia to get more information, or send an email for specific questions.
Omumgorwa Resin (Commiphora tenuipetiolata): Traditionally used as a perfume called Omove and as a soap by the Himba people in Namibia known for their reverence to beauty and the incredible care they provide to their skin while living under harsh weather conditions, this resin only forms after after a tree has died naturally and is thus sustainably harvested. Its smell between candied date and freshly made caramel is just amazing.
Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum and other varieties): The scent of Jasmine is possibly the most heavenly, penetrating and unmistakable aroma used throughout cultures for spirituality and seduction. It is composed of over 300 chemical compounds. NadiaZ therefore carefully selects different varieties to create the optimal essence of a true Jasmine scent.
Strawberry Gum (Eucalyptus olida): This Eucalyptus specie only found in Australia is endangered in the wild. The oil produced from its leaves unlike any other varieties actually smells like candy or a mix between Strawberry, Banana and Cinnamon. NadiaZ supports cultivation and reintroduction initiatives and the valorization of its rare essence in the perfume industry.
Buchu (Agathosma betulina and ovata): This amazing bush only found in the wild in South Africa bears a powerful fresh blackcurrant scent. It is known for its medicinal and antiseptic properties and some of its constituents necessitate a restricted use. Only the tiniest amount suffices to provide an unmistakable scent.
Raspberry (Rubus idaeus): True to its vocation to use only natural plants material, NadiaZ has been researching the best way to capture the complex scent of fresh fruit and is introducing innovative methods to use fruit distillates in perfume compositions. Fruit distillates (hydrosols) are the highly aromatic water that can be extracted from fresh fruits and juices.
Rhubarb (Rheum rhabarbarum): The incredible flavor of rhubarb vanilla marmalade is rendered through a natural extraction from different parts of the plant.
African Stone (Hyraceum): A fossilized waste used to mark the territory of the Cape Hyrax, a close relative from the elephant living in large colonies in the wild in the South African plains and looking like an irresistibly cute giant rodent. This product is valorized, sustainably and ethically collected in the wild by communities providing an effective way to both generate income for the local population as well as preserve the animal and its environment. It is then extracted in a clean tincture that is rich in pheromonal substances, which powerful effect on emotions is only recently being acknowledged by modern science and researched.
Ximenia Oil (Ximenia americana): Also known as African Sour Plum and originating from the Southern Africa Savannahs, this oil has a unique honey-like consistency and is extremely moisturizing. It is reputed to be antimicrobial, and stimulates the sebaceous glands, promoting optimal skin functions. It is an excellent fixative for perfumes, thus creating lasting aromas.