№ 13 by Nikkos-Oskol

 

       It’s likely that Nikkos’ perfumers have managed to capture the unique beauty of British summer and lock the smell of rain gathered in colorful bells of blooming bindweeds in some wild meadow.

       That effect is achieved by using Florazone alongside soft musks. That molecule doesn’t exist in nature and smells of ozone, wet soil and pollen weighed down by rain drops. It’s a very abstract and subtle floral kind of freshness, unattainable with natural essences. It could be blooming bindweed, bluebells or honeysuckle. 

 

Nikkos-Oskol fragrances come as extraits (at 40% fragrance) in dab and  spray options but instead of alcohol perfume is mixed with hypoallergenic odorless emollient which releases the fragrance slowly and over a long period of time. Each perfume is available in 2, 15, 35 ml size.  The 2 and 15 ml bottles come with a dab stick and 35 ml comes as a spray. It’s also possible to have 35 ml in personalized stainless steel case.