Frederic Malle embarked on a quest to find the perfect hand cream - and here it is. A hydrating and nourishing cream that absorbs rapidly into the skin, so you don't have to choose between a heavier cream that takes too long to sink in, and a lighter less rich lotion. He worked with a laboratory to produce a hand cream containing patented molecules that cling to moisture, reventing dehydration of the skin's upper layers - another seamless layer on the skin to protect it for pollution and, condequently, aging.
Olivia Giacobetti imagined a tender and silky iris scent to meld with the cream's softening texture. In the iris scent, we also recall the history of perfumery - for iris was the scent used to fragrance leather gloves, and it was the Medici family who brought this tradition from Florence to Grasse.