The prim power broker
Livia (58 BC–AD 29), the wife of Emperor Augustus, somehow pulled off the trick of being enormously powerful while posing as the model of Roman female propriety. She was determined to see her son Tiberius succeed Augustus, whatever the price, and has been blamed for murdering any rivals who she considered to stand in her way.
Like its namesake, this scent has more dimensions than one would expect; sensual with a hint of citrus, followed by mossy woods.
Top note: Cassis I Mandarin
Middle notes: Neroli I Geranium I Lavender I Chamomile I Cardamon
Base note: Oud
290g I soy blend wax I 8% perfume
Burning time: approx 50 hours
In case of rash or irritation, seek medical advice. If on skin: wash with plenty of water.
May cause an allergic reaction.
Keep out of reach of children.
PLEASE NOTE: A CANDLE SHOULD NEVER BE LEFT BURNING UNATTENDED