A green, fruity scent combining the fresh leaves, warm wood, and succulent fruit of the fig tree with earthy white cedar.
One of Diptyque’s founders was entranced on holiday by the wild fig orchards on sun-drenched Greek isles. He brought back a few leaves in a small box, only to discover years later the leaves had lost none of their fragrance, inspiring this nuanced scent of a fig tree.
Fig leaves, wood, and fruit
How To Use
Apply lightly to pulse points on wrist, neck, or even behind knees.
Do not press wrists together—this crushes the notes.
Fragrance lasts longer on hydrated skin. If your skin is naturally dry, be sure to moisturize before application.
Reapply every three to four hours, or as needed.
The name ‘Diptyque’ comes from the word ‘diptych’—a painting or sculpture divided in two hinged panels that can be folded together. The original store at 34 boulevard Saint-Germain had two large display windows on either side of the entrance, as if an opened diptych, inspiring the founders to name it after the antiquated art style.
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