Métamorphose Lilas Day (Metamorphosis Lilac for the day). Woman. Natural Perfume.
Atmosphere The glacial winds blowing on the snowy Bulgarian steppe softened by the warmth of the first rays of sun and the longing for the blossoming of Lilac. This is the symbol for the start of a new life experience and metamorphosis, youth and rebirth, the light feel of powdery snow and childlike innocence. It is a day scent for tenderness, complicity and cocooning times; the essence of a natural ever young and delicate woman.
Notes The incredibly inspiring and delicate scent of blooming Lilac flowers, whose enchanting aroma is almost suffices alone, find its companions in the spiritual Lotus, and the subtle Australian Blue Cypress. The smokey wintry undertone of Black Tea is complemented by the subtle caramel and powdery emanations from Vanilla, Tonka Bean, Sandalwood and indigenous Amazonian oils, melted down in a creamy hint of Beeswax and Coconut.
Closest olfactive family Flowery, Gourmand.
Aromatherapy A spiritual and emotional uplifter, comforting body and mind.
* Occurs naturally in essential oils ** Essential and vegetable oils and extracts
100% natural plant and bee ingredients. 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.
Lilac (Syringa vulgaris): Fragile flowers, such as lilac, only render their delicate scent through low yield extraction techniques, something that has virtually disappeared in modern society, sacrificed for more profitable methods, notably the use of synthetic replacements. Nevertheless, lilac extraction is being revived by ecologically-minded individuals across the globe, from Bulgaria to USA, whose efforts are rewarded by the magical aura that emanates from its scent, penetrating right into the soul.
Tonka Bean (Dipteryx odorata): Native to Latin America, where they are mostly grown by rural households, Tonka beans have a magical vanilla-like, caramelized biscuit scent, prized in perfumery and gastronomy. They add an exquisite, unmistakable touch bringing new depths to a composition.
Vanilla (Vanilla planifolia): This is a world-famous orchid cultivated since Pre-Columbian times. NadiaZ selects only the finest Bourbon Vanilla from the Indian Ocean Islands for this complex aroma.
Beeswax (Apis mellifera): Made from honeycomb, beeswax absolute has honey, pollen and skin-like notes that confer it a subtle, soft, cocooning scent.
Blue Cypress (Callitris intratropica): The Blue Cypress is an indigenous Australian tree. Used by the Tiwi people to alleviate muscle pain, skin irritations and breathing difficulties, it is seldom used in perfumery. Its scent, however, is very subtle and surprisingly fresh, sweet and fruity while woody, quite unlike any cypress variety anywhere.
Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum): Sandalwood is prized for its rich, sweet, spiritual and woody scent. Used in traditional medicine and religious rituals for millennia, it has been brought to the verge of extinction in India. NadiaZ sources Sandalwood from a variety of species around the globe, from Australia to New Caledonia, where it is protected and sustainably harvested.
Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera): Used in Ayurvedic practice, the Lotus is considered sacred by many cultures. The Lotus was used as far back as in Ancient Egypt and it is also a component in Hindu sacred perfumes. A symbol of enlightenment, this delicate flower, unspoilt by the muddy waters, is cultivated widely in India and Uganda.