Heirloomis floral, sweet, fresh, and green. Fresh heirloom garden rose mixed with cucumber make this soft clean scent.
scent notes: heirloom rose | cucumber| rosé
8.5 oz reed diffuser (that's a big diffuser!! ;)
NOTE FROM LAUREN: Heirloom smells like Heaven to me. It's soft and romantic yet a bit clean and green and not too sweet. It smells like a fresh, floppy garden rose with a hint of cucumber spritzer. I've had many of my friends and clients test our scents and found it really interesting that a lot of them said to me that they didn't like the smell of "rose" before smelling heirloom but then smelled heirloom and loved it, saying it was so fresh and pretty compared to typical overpowering "rose" scents. I use it in the bedroom.
Scent is the sense most closely tied with our memories. It not only shapes what we think about when entering a space, but it affects our future memories and associations with that space and those of all who live and visit there. We believe selecting the scent for each room of your home - though not quite as permanent!- is as important as selecting the right paint color. Lauren experimented with hundreds of scent combinations to create scents that are evocative of moments spent in nature, the changing seasons, and her favorite flora and fauna. The Lauren Liess Scent Collectionaims to take you away to a quiet natural place that makes you exhale and feel a little freer.
Our glass bottle, reminiscent of chemistry glassware, is etched with theLauren Liess & Co.logo on one side and the scent name and notes on the other. The scent from our diffuser oil softly carries through a room without overpowering it.
Which scent is for you?We've included descriptors to describe each scent so you can figure out which scent or scents might be your favorites. We generally recommend selecting a "signature scent" for your home that you use all over- in candles, diffusers and room sprays as needed- throughout most seasons and then select "seasonal" accent scents that you use during specific times of the year to pull thoughts to the seasons at hand.