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Gift With Purchase T&Cs
Receive a 3LAB Cosmetics Bag filled with the best 3LAB products with your $250 3LAB Skincare purchase.
- One per person, while supply lasts. Will be added automatically in Checkout and shipped to the same address as your order. If associated with a Buy & Pick Up in Store order, gift cannot be picked up and will be shipped to the address of your choice. Gifts cannot be shipped internationally. Past purchases do not apply. If you return the qualifying item(s), please return the gift.
Purchasing this item provides for 4 Days of School for Syrian refugees, through our partner CARE
THE OLIVELA EFFECT:
Enough to provide 4 Days of School for Syrian refugees, through our partner CARE
Why We Love It
Baroque Gourmand BAROQUE – OUTSPOKEN – SENSUAL Rediscovering the olfactive traces of the Old Convent of Jesus Maria, where sophisticated nuns worked on complex recipes of sweet scents. November 1695, Mexico City. Deep inside the halls of the Royal Convent of Jesus Maria, a group of reverent nuns prepares a Baroque recipe of spiced Cocoa. The brew is infused with an assortment of chilies that tempt rapture, and the air is rich with the scent of exotic spices. After centuries of safe-keeping within this closed world, their secrets are finally revealed to the senses. Key Notes: Cocoa Absolute, Mexican Vanilla, Cinnamon, Chili infusion Made in NY
Due to shipping regulations, this item must ship ground.
Carlos Huber studied fragrance development and collaborated with internationally recognized noses in order to recapture the olfactive notes of historical moments. In addition to his work for ARQUISTE Parfumeur, Huber has worked with brands like Cire Trudon, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, J.Crew and El Palacio de Hierro to create their bespoke, signature scents. His evocative and complex creations honor history and embrace modernity. As he says, “They transport us to another place in time”.