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Fiori Notturni

Relaxing Water

Just spray it on your body and hair to immediately be enveloped and reassured by its scent.

Size: 150ml
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A fragrance inspired by a night garden.


Mysterious, seductive, graceful

Main assets

Lavender and organic Evening Primrose


Relaxing, calming

Organic Lavender and Evening Primrose

Just spray it on your body and hair to immediately be enveloped and reassured by its scent.

The flowery notes of Lavender, Iris, Jasmine and Ylang Ylang combine with the gently sweet and gourmand notes of Vanilla and Honey, giving a pleasant relaxing feeling.

The skin is protected by Lavender extract, which has a natural soothing effect, while organic Evening Primrose oil helps keep the skin soft and moisturised.

Fiori Notturni Relaxing Water contains no alcohol and is therefore suitable also for sensitive skin, hair and fabrics.

96% of ingredients are from natural origin

The remaining 4% is for product sensoriality and preservation.

Vegan formula

FREE FROM parabens, paraffin, mineral oils, silicones, gmo, sls, sles, dea, formaldehyde releasers

Vegetable and organic extracts

Nickel tested (Nickel < 0,0001%)

Dermatologically tested

Spray on body and hair. Suitable for sensitive skins.

aqua/water, PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil, parfum/fragrance, pentylene glycol, phenoxyethanol, gluconolactone, lavandula angustifolia water*, sodium phytate, ethylhexylglycerin, aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, linalool, sodium hydroxide, coumarin, limonene, oenothera biennis oil*/oenothera biennis (evening primrose) root oil*. *da agricoltura biologica / from organic farming

The list of ingredients may change slightly, please refer to the one on the product packaging.

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natural and organic ingredients
natural and organic ingredients

respect for biodiversity

vegan formulas
vegan formulas

free of animal derivatives

nickel tested
nickel tested

Nickel < 0,0001%

made in italy
made in italy

safety and efficacy