Gabriella Chieffo Hystera
No, the name of the intoxicating fragrance does not stand for the ecstatic attacks it may well trigger. Rather, it comes from the language of scents that Gabriella Chieffo has created especially for her perfumes and that originates from her "Soulscape". In this case, Hystera stands for the contrasts of things. For the contradictions of life. It is the contrasts that attract us: without suffering there is no love, without stuff there is no beauty, without sorrow there is no happiness. And from the sweet scent the promise emerges that everything can begin anew. Every day. Opposites also meet in the bouquet, when spicy nutmeg sage kisses creamy vanilla and woody cashmere.
Like all the fragrances in the range, Hystera is a unique olfactory delight!
Fragrance pyramid: Gabriella Chieffo Hystera
Top note: Bergamot and nutmeg sage
Heart note: Iris
Base notes: patchouli, cashmere wood, vanilla, labdanum
Fragrance dictionary: Labdanum
This smell has fascinated people for thousands of years: Labdanum, the resin of the cistus rose, was already loved in ancient Egypt for its warm, resinous and honey-like smell and was mixed into incense. Aromatherapy does not use the resin, but the cistus oil extracted from the leaves, to which healing and above all haemostatic effects are attributed. It also has a fine, sweetish, bitter-sweetish smell and a slight honey scent.