“Perfumery is new to the clean living efforts, partly due to the complexity of creating long lasting scents without the toxicity of alcohols. People who consciously choose to live on clean beauty and clean food often miss out when it comes to their perfume choices.”
“To meet expectations of consumers concerned about the nature of substances they apply to their skin and committed to preserving the planet, Maison Sybarite has designed a range of luxurious water-based perfumes. Offering on top of it, an entirely new sensory and olfactory experience.”
“Q&A with master perfumier Antoine Lie, one of the master perfumers of French brand, Maison Sybarite who produced the first ever water-based fine fragrances. Holding a diploma in chemistry and reputed for his avant garde approach, Antoine Lie is a true artist of his craft...”
"Proudly touting safe alternative formulas and sustainable manufacturing processes, Maison Sybarite announces the “Eau de parfum” debut collection in four sophisticated scents: 720, Opulent Wood, Bed of Roses and Spicy Calabria"
"Maison Sybarite is fiercely committed to being transparent about its safe, sustainable, and cruelty-free practices across the board. All four variations in the Maison Sybarite collection combine rich spices and precious wood, creating an alluring aroma on the skin. Each is perfect for everyday use, whether it be applied before work, after a yoga class or as a self-care regime before bed."
"Innovations like Maison Sybarite's new water-based fine fragrance line are geared towards a health and eco-conscious consumer, being alcohol-and cruelty-free and featuring recyclable packaging made with paper from sustainable forests."
"Maison Sybarite fine fragrances are water-based, vegan and free from ethyl alcohol and chemical solvents. Packaging is minimal and recyclable. My fave from the range is No. 720."
"Their clean and opulent fragrances are long-lasting, full-bodied, and evoke feelings of confidence and empowerment; perfect for everyday use, whether it be applied before work, after a yoga class or as a self-care regime before bed."
"This unique alcohol-free emulsion made of saponine, olive oil and water releases a silky cloud of misty emulsion encapsulating fine fragrance which is a joy to apply and gentle on the skin. Sybarites would have approved."
"Pitching itself as the “first ever water-based fine fragrance brand”, Maison Sybarite is in pursuit of making uncompromisingly luxurious scents with eco-conscious values."
"Perfumes can have harsh chemical ingredients, but a French brand has launched the first water-based fine fragrance line geared towards the health and eco-conscious consumer."
"Maison Sybarite's eau de parfum debut collection comes in four gorgeous scents and, in order to avoid denatured alcohol, the brand harnesses the natural benefits of water plant emulsion."
"As the first ewer sister based fragrance brand, newly launched Maison Sybarite is leading the next generation of perfumes towards 'clean beauty'."
"Maison Sybarite is fiercely committed to being transparent about its safe, sustainable, and cruelty-free practices across the board. The beautifully minimalist and recyclable packaging is meticulously sourced and printed on paper from sustainable forests."
"Maison Sybarite was the first to come up with technology which enables perfumers to put fine fragrance in an alcohol-free blend. Sabi Phagura spoke to the business to find out more."
"The first thing that strikes you when you spray any Maison Sybarite scent is the milky white texture of the liquid, which creates a fine mist that quickly absorbs into your skin."
"Wearing this alcohol-free fragrance, from the first caress of the silky spritz you'll succumb to the perfumed pleasures within, as spicy amber smoked with birch tar drifts to warm tingles of cinnamon atop the nutty, tonka-rich base. If there's a new cult of refined hedonism, we name this the official fragrance."
"Their fragrances are entirely alcohol-free, non-oily, and non-sticky yet able to maintain long-lasting sensuality. In conjunction with each other, this unrivaled symbiosis of skin and fragrance offers a unique sensorial experience."
"The water-based fine fragrances use oil-in-water microemulsions rather than ethanol—although preferred by perfumers, alcohol can cause a drying effect and actually shorten the lifespan of a scent on the skin."