Saturday, 17 August 2013

Bruno Acampora Fragrances

When you are next to a Bruno Acampora Fragrances counter it is a treat for more than one of our five senses. The sense of smell is embraced by the essences of the seven perfumes that comprise the Bruno Acampora range. The workshop where the essences are created still uses traditional processes to extract, to mature and to preserve the oils that will become precious fragrances.
All the essences are handmade mixing the raw ingredients. These bottles are EDP essences which are oils diluted without loosing any of the essence principals. The bottles sport a different colour and decor for each fragrance and to prevent from loosing strength, the bottles of glass are inserted in a aluminium vial to protect them from sunlight.
I love this packaging for the oil essences. The round aluminium box contained an aluminium bottle with a cork cap in order for the oil to breath without loose any of its fragrance. Each bottle is filled by hand and sealed with wax and the packaging did not change for the last 30 years. For the lucky few there are a limited edition vial in a silver hand polished bottle with mother of pearl and coral insets. The "Vintage" line are gold bottles and only few magnum with a capacity of 1000 ml have been produced and they have to be ordered to buy them let's say that they are the Birkins of the perfumes.
Bruno Acampora Fragrances expanded its products to body creams, so luxurious and decadent that you will feel like in heaven. Made with vegetable oils like coconut, avocado, jojoba and vitamin E, they match the fragrances for a total immersion in the Bruno Acampora lifestyle. And if you want to have the house fragranced as well  the new  line of Bruno Acampora  candles, made from the finest vegetable waxes and essential oils will be perfect. Only class and style from a man who has a portrait made by Andy Warhol.
For information where to find these delectable fragrances go to www.brunoacampora.com the website is English as well. In UK there are some stockists maybe high end department stores and boutique perfume shops.




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