The French brand Dior has introduced a new fragrance for the little ones. The range includes moisturizing milk, refreshing water, and a foam that can be used as both soap and shampoo. All products are suitable for the body and face.
The Baby Dior fragrance line first appeared in 1970, and now it has been decided to revive it. The new product, named Bonne Étoile (“Lucky Star”), can be used from birth.
The scented water does not contain alcohol and is made from 98% naturally sourced ingredients suitable for children’s skin. The Bonne Étoile bottle is adorned with an ornament from Christian Dior’s Granville garden and a ribbon with a little star. It is presented in two shades – soft pink and soft green.
The creative director of Christian Dior Parfums, Francis Kurkdjian, is the author of Bonne Étoile. For Baby Dior, he wanted to create a fragrance water as simple as little children. Francis reproduced childhood memories using notes of pear, wild rose, and white musk.