Layering Scents With LUMIRA Hand and Body Lotions
Our new Hand and Body Lotions are made for layering. Apply the lotion from top to toe to add a veil of scent to the skin, or use after hand-washing to hydrate and protect hands and nails from dryness.
The lightweight lotions are formulated with Mango Butter, to be intensely nourishing without feeling oily or greasy. They also harness the power of Kakadu Plum, which is rich in Vitamin C to visibly lighten dark spots and leave skin looking smoother and more evenly toned.
Available in a trio of scents and packaged in chic refillable glass bottles, our Hand and Body Lotions complement the other scented products in our collection. Create your own layering combinations or be inspired by three of our favourite pairings…
For the floral hedonist
The heady and seductive scent of the Ylang Ylang flower makes it a noted aphrodisiac. The trick to layering Balinese Ylang Ylang Hand and Body Lotion is to select a scent that complements without competing. For this reason, we prefer to keep it in the family by pairing it with a Perfume Oil in the same floral scent, intensifying the effect and allowing the fragrance to linger on the skin throughout the day or night.
For the rose radical
Rose is an olfactory peacekeeper – it creates a sense of calm and pairs beautifully with most other scent notes. Our Persian Rose Hand and Body Lotion has a soft and powdery fragrance that leaves the skin lightly scented with budding damascene rose and enigmatic patchouli. We like to layer it under Arabian Oud Parfum, to draw out and amplify the rose notes at the heart of this enigmatic scent.
For the hand care purist
Pairing a hand wash and lotion in a matching scent is the most direct way to appreciate these fragrances throughout the day. Lather up with Paradiso del Sole Hand Wash, then lock in the fresh, uplifting citrus scent by following with the complementary Hand and Body Lotion. The matching glass bottles also look particularly stylish when positioned side-by-side on a bathroom vanity.
Written by Michelle Bateman