FOUNDED in 1643, Cire Trudon is the oldest candlemaker in the world. Once a provider of the royal court of Louis XIV, the brand provided candles for many reputable members of French high society and various religious establishments.
Jumping forward to now, the brand has expanded its range of products and sells room diffusers, eaux de parfum and more.
Trudon has just unveiled its latest new addition to its line of fragrances. Vixi – meaning ‘who is living’ in Latin – is a fresh, aromatic scent with woody base tones.
Intertwining Nepalese sandalwood, sage, bitter orange petitgrain natural oil and delicate jasmine essence, the perfume is certain to bewitch one’s senses.
Trudon Vixi Fragrance
Trudon’s expert perfume Emilie Bouge believes Vixi to be “like a flow of life filled with clarity.” The scent has been carefully crafted to be calming, soothing and crisp. With sage being used regularly in purification rituals and Nepalese sandalwood being considered one of the most expensive woods in the world, the fragrance is the epitome of luxury perfumery.
by Sophie Richardson
Available now to buy at www.trudon.co.uk for £195, Vixi is certain to be a new Trudon classic.