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LabSolue presents its olfactory celebration of Mirto (Myrtle).

Evoking an island suspended in time, a hymn to the untamed Nature of the Mediterranean. The aromatic warmth of the Myrtle Shrub is expressed in all its wildnerness, in a blend of minute green leaves, small rebellious flowers and dark wild berries. A perfume of infinity, with a spontaneous and indomitable character, which perpetually lead the senses from the woody to the floral and fruity.

An Essence made from the entire Myrtle plant, combined with the aromatic notes of Lavender and the warmth of Tonka Bean.

Curiosity: the name comes from Greek mythology, Myrsine was a girl transformed into a Myrtle Plant by the goddess Athena because she dared to beat a male challenger in a race. Hence the tradition of using Myrtle to crown the winners of the first Olympic competitions.


Perfume of Wilderness by Nadège Le Garlantezec

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For every Eau de Parfum and Home Perfume purchased, we offer a complimentary LabSolue scented sample.


We offer a complimentary gift wrap and tag


Free shipping for all orders over 100€ in Italy and 200€ in Europe

Olfactive family & pyramid
Olfactory Family:Fruits
Specification:Fruity Aromatic Ambery

Notes:Myrtle, Lavender, Tonka Bean

Natural Ingredients:Myrtle, Lavender, Tonka Bean

Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. To confirm that a LabSolue product is suitable for your personal use, please consult the list of ingredients that is included on our product packaging.
Complimentary Gift Wrap
Complimentary gift wrap: Each LabSolue Eau de Parfum is presented in an elegant ivory white box, wrapped in a textured paper sleeve featuring heat-embossed decorations. The box is tied with a shiny colored satin ribbon and completed with our iconic LabSolue tag, customizable with a handwritten message to complete the gift.

A gift from us: For every Eau de Parfum purchased, we offer a complimentary LabSolue surprise scented sample. A little treat for perfume lovers with a curious nose.
Good to know
LabSolue 103 Mirto (Myrtle) Eau de Parfum is handcrafted in Italy. For us, the Made in Italy is not only a choice of excellence, but also a commitment towards the community.

The fragrance is vegan, and gender free. For its formulation we exclusively select and use alcohol grain-derived from European sources. It does not contain artificial colorants, its color is solely due to the natural ingredients of the essence.

The fragrance is enclosed in a green glass bottle with a contemporary design, elegantly minimal - inspired by the original design of the Marvin perfume bottles - designed and made to last over time, refillable and recyclable. Equipped with a metallic pump that is easily screwed and unscrewed, which makes both the refill and recycling process possible and simple. The cap is made in Italy from a high-quality recyclable metal alloy. It features an engraving on the top with the historical Marvin brand symbol: a tiny alembic with the letter m. A detail that is a tribute to the origins and to the family history.

The packaging, including the external and internal parts, is made entirely of paper, to ensure simple and correct recycling. For the same reason, we have chosen not to protect the box with cellophane. The paper we use is FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified, to guarantee its origin from responsibly managed forests, and is recyclable.

All this to respect and promote the social and ecological needs of present and future generations.

LabSolue: from Laboratory and Absolute, two fundamental aspects to the art of perfumery blended to create olfactory beauty.

From the emphasis on expertise, to the use of Nature's finest ingredients, LabSolue Essences are born.

The Perfumer

Nadège Le Garlantezec

Nadège Le Garlantezec uses emotion when creating a perfume. She reveals dreamlike universes through her play with scents. She has won prestigious Prix International du Jeune Parfumeur-Créateur early in 2006. She is currently a perfumer at Givaudan and studied chemistry at university. She then attended Isipca in Versailles. In 2010 she gained perfumer status.

“Gods create smells, men make perfumes”. Jean Giono

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