A superlative blend of oudh, neroli and rose that’s really worth its salt. Sublimely smooth and sexy, with a rugged undertone. Now with regeneratively sourced neroli from Lebanese farms that oppose illegal bird shooting, this perfume was originally called Salarum during Cosmetics to Go, and released in 1989.
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About 5 months ago
Is this liquid gold that it is soooooo expensive? Is Lush trying to be like Tom Ford but even more expensive? Ethics towards customers? Do not tell me the story behind ingredients, please......
About 4 months ago
At first, I wasn't sure if I could appreciate this strange scent. It took me a little while but then I fell in love with this strange but absolutely beautiful creation! I guess it's not a everyone's perfume because of the price and It not a mainstream, easy one to like. But if you like beautiful, strange things, this one is for you.
3 months ago
About 3 months ago
Why bother even listing it on the site if it's not available to order - ever?
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