With a well-tuned nose and an impeccable vision, The House of Houbigant’s French perfumer, Paul Parquet, laid the foundation of modern perfumery in 1882 with the in-house creation of Fougère Royale. The meticulous and courtly composition evocative of cool, lush, green, fern-like woodland foliage was a genre-defining fougère and has since become the ubiquitous standard behind the world's most enduring men's fragrance classics. Re-engineered from its 1882 original to complement the modern man, Fougère Royale retains is sharp, elegant, refined and an icon of perfumery.
Head Notes: Bergamot, Mediterranean Herbs, Lavender and Chamomile. Heart Notes: Rondeletia, Geranium, Rose de Mai and Cinnamon. Base Notes: Amber, Oakmoss, Coumarin, Patchouli, Tonka beans and Clary Sage.
Apply as desired to pulse points behind your ear, at the bottom of your throat, on your wrist, inside your elbow and behind your knee. Alternatively, spray generously in front of you and walk through for a full coverage. Do not rub the fragrance on skin.