Lumen Naturae

Lumen Naturae by Lvnea
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Lumen Naturae is a perfume by Lvnea for women. The release year is unknown. The scent is spicy-floral. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Poplar bud, Honey, Amber, Sunflower, Lemon verbena, Tomato leaf, Bergamot



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Submitted by Calista, last update on 05.09.2019.
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Green light
Tomato green polarizes as a smell. And since I've read the "Leaf to Root" cookbook, it also seems to be the case in the culinary field, because while tomato green is generally classified as rather poisonous, there are some star chefs who use it - carefully dosed - to season their dishes. If this seems negligent, I recommend the INCI ingredient list of your favorite fragrance ;)

For me, tomato green is a kind of favourite fragrance and so far I have only rarely been able to clearly perceive it in perfumes. The highlight of the disappointment was the promising "Tomato Leaf" by Illuminium. All the more beautiful, then, that the light came on unexpectedly with Lumen Naturae. Beautiful head, clear green tomato note imprinted and citric underlay. I like it, but it's over way too fast.
The next phase reminds me of flower water, quite unused, but compared to the fresh start no longer the winning lot. A floral element already smells through, I would have typed on a distant representative of the geranium house. And then, unexpectedly, resin. Not creaky, but rather slightly moist in the light sultriness and a bit sticky to creamy. Its warmth is clearly recognizable, which replaces the lively head.
After about an hour, an almost dusty powdery, peppery sharpness is added in the background. Freshly grated nutmeg. Maybe cardamom. This dryness quickly counteracts the humid impression and accompanies Lumen Naturae for one to two more hours until it has settled into the honey resinous sweetness already indicated before, where it fades away after 10 hours.

Many contrasts unite here. I give 8.0 points for Lumen Naturae but find it more interesting than beautiful. I wish he'd kept more of that great tomato leaf. Then there would be green light for further use.
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