The name Frangipani comes from the Italian noble family, the Marquis Frangipani, who first conceived a perfume made with flowers of plumeria. Now this fragrant tree and its flowers are known by all as Frangipani.
The aroma of the flowers of Frangipani has a resemblance to that of the flowers of Ylang Ylang, floral modern and youthful, but its size is quite different: is voluptuous, full and round, almost buttery like broom, intoxicating and tender, its scent fills the heart with sweet excitement at the same time sensual and spiritual.
It is reputed for its ability to awaken emotions and to help women overcome the psychological barriers related to love and sexuality.
The scent of Frangipani exudes provocative but satisfied femininity, young but motherly, is the “perfect scent” for women of all ages.