Mad et Len Potpourri Mini Spirituelle Totem

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CONTENTS: Resinous Amber Crystals. Plus a 15ml recharge oil of Spirituelle. All Mad et Len products are vegan, cruelty-free, handcrafted, made in France.

A beautiful arrangement of amber crystals presented in the iconic Mad et Len brushed iron vessel. 

Mad et Len products are handmade in a remote mountain village in the French Alps, in small batches. Handmade steel vessel and black steel lid. The smallest size in the Potpourri Apothicaire family (3.15" x 3.15" x 5”). Hand-applied gold foil label.

Amber is thought to help absorb negative energy and to release bright, soothing energy, helping to calm nerves and enliven disposition like a mental sunny day. Mad et Len uses a sustainable, natural source of amber using vegetal resinoid.

❖ Spirituelle - Cool mint tea and zesty basil

❖ Remove lid and drop three to ten drops of fragrance on stones, depending upon vessel size and scent preference, set lid aside.
❖ The lid may be placed partially over the vessel to control scent projection, removed completely, or temporarily.
❖ When the scent has dissipated, simply replace the lid, flip the vessel upside down, and give the crystals a shake. This will re-scent the crystals with the excess essential oil pooled at the bottom.
❖ Placing the scented potpourri near a heat source will extend the throw of the fragrance.
❖ Avoid contact of essential oil with skin. For skin contact, wash immediately with water and soap. For eye contact, flush the eye with water repeatedly.

❖ Natural fragrance oils
❖ Raw crystals, sustainably harvested
❖ Vegan, cruelty-free, handcrafted, made in France

Named after Proust’s “madeleine”, where the author recalls how the taste of even a little crumb of a madeleine cake makes him remember many things, MAD et LEN is analogous to the power that scent evokes. Based in Saint Julien de Verdun in the South of France, each vessel is handcrafted to the highest extent. Hand harvested raw materials are turned into essential oils and perfumes, and are then housed in individually hammered iron containers.