Aquatic fragrances came into fashion in the late 20th century. For years, perfumers have used lavender, mint, lemon and orange to create subtle, nautical notes. Summer aromas were obtained, but it was difficult to call them truly marine.
Only in the 90s did perfumers manage to create Acqua di Gio Giorgio Armani and Cool Water Davidoff with a synthetic marine note.
The basis for these fragrances is the ingredient Calone, which was invented by the pharmaceutical company Pfizer. In 1966, scientists conducted a study on a drug and the synthesis of one of the ingredients gave a strong salty smell, reminiscent of a sea breeze.
For many years Calone remained the only marine note, but experts continued to research various chemical compounds. Thus, the Firmenich company opened an aquatic note with a small floral trail - Transluzone. It can be found in Replica Beach Walk, Maison Martin Margela and Eau Ocean Biotherm
Many brands have picked up the aquatic trend and released marine, literally transparent fragrances that can often be found in summer perfumery wardrobe.
The BeautyHack perfume collection contains scents that will awaken the memories of the best vacation.
Vilhelm Parfumerie, Morning Chess, Bergamot - Tuscan Leather - Galbanum - Sea Chord - Patchouli - Black Amber
Maison Martin Margela, Replica Beach Walk, Musk - Ylang Ylang - Bergamot - Lemon - Pink Pepper - Heliotrope - Coconut
Creed, Virgin Island Water, Jamaican Lime - White Bergamot - Ambrette - Coconut - Papaya - Marine Accord
Jo Malone, Wood Sage & Sea Salt, Ambrette Seeds - Sea Salt - Sage
Mancera, Cedrat Boise, Bergamot - Sicilian lemon - Black currant - Spice - Fruit notes - Water jasmine - Patchouli leaf - Sandalwood - Cedarwood - Leather - Moss - White musk - Vanilla
Giorgio Armani, Acqua di Gio Orange - Lime - Mandarin - Jasmine - Bergamot - Lemon - Neroli - Cyclamen - Nutmeg - Reseda - Coriander - Violet - Freesia - Marine notes - Peach - Hyacinth - Rose - Jasmine - Rosemary - Calon - Patchouli - Oakmoss - White cedar - White musk
Davidoff, Cool Water, Pineapple - Quince - Blackcurrant - Lily - Melon - Lemon - Lotus - Kalon - Honey - Hawthorn - Jasmine - Water lily - Landas - Lotus - Rose - Blackberry - Violet root - Sandalwood - Musk - Raspberry - Vanilla - Peach - Vetiver
David Jourquin, Cuir Caraibes, Bergamot - Citruses - Green Mango - White Flowers - Pepper - Ginger - Vetiver - Guaiac - Patchouli - Leather - Ambergris
Biotherm, Eau Ocean, Bergamot - Lemon - Fruit notes - Jasmine - Water notes - Oakmoss - Floral notes - Musk - Cedar
Victoria's Secret, Tease Dreamer, Coconut - Sea Salt - Sunny Notes
Popular by topic
Broken Crystals Instead Of Makeup: Why Is Makeup Artist Isamaya Ffrench Protesting Against Being Perfect When She Is Perfect
The show of the young brand Halpern at London Fashion Week became one of the most memorable, and there was plenty to choose from. And not only thanks to the extravagant outfits that Beyoncé and Marion Cotillard have already appreciated
Taking care of your skin starts with adequate nutrition and sufficient water - these simple and straightforward rituals are just as important as external skin care. Get the vitamins you need from healthy foods, keep your skin healthy
The 34-year-old singer always looks gorgeous: both at concerts with stage make-up, and on vacation with absolutely no make-up. In social networks and interviews, she rarely shares her self-care secrets, but she made an exception for Vogue. Into the video
Makeup artist Elena Krygina is in constant search of new "chips" and approaches work creatively - she does nose contouring with brushes from IKEA, then advises to abandon the highlighter and replace it with oil. We have recorded the most unusual hacks from Krygina that will make your life easier
Natalya Rodina, a cosmetologist at the White Garden center, told how to take care of your skin after a seaside vacation, and advised professional facial treatments that are worth spending an evening on