What are the effects of
LANDSBERG aromas possess a power of persuasion stronger than words, appearance, emotion, or even willpower. It fills us up, imbuing a totally enriching experience with every use.
Faithfully as described – the LANDSBERG fragrances, whether subliminal or recognizable, have an irresistible effect on the entire nervous system. The cerebrum receives the scented triggers from the olfactory senses, and passes them directly to the limbic system. Our limbic systems are responsible for emotions of well-being, and feelings of happiness. The LANDSBERG fragrances were precisely developed and tailored to the improvement of the limbic system. Even if you are not aware of the influence, it affects you.
Whoever wears the LANDSBERG fragrances will immediately generate nonverbal, positive emotions. LANDSBERG Parfum is ideal for all types of human interaction. “The sense of smell is the meaning of memory and desire.“ –Jacques Rousseau
LANDSBERG Nº 1
An androgynous unisex fragrance in a class of its own, used in both the male and female limbic systems
arouses positive emotions in a fraction of a second. You will never forget this scent.
In the top note, aromatic herbs, bergamot and lavender merge into the spicy, floral note
from Cardamom and Tonka. The base is made of cedar wood, vetyver, patchouly, amber and musk.
LANDSBERG Nº 2
An androgynous unisex fragrance in a class of its own, both in the male and in the
female limbic system evokes positive emotions in a split second.
You will never forget this scent.
The top note is led by bergamot, lime and becomes leathery-woody from Violetta.
The fragrance body is a composition of vetiver, vanilla, ambergris and white musk.
The limbic System
The limbic system One of the information paths to the human brain leads from the nose directly to the seat of emotions; the limbic system. The limbic system immediately translates a feeling from the incoming fragrance information. Depending on the scent: we can create joy, fear, disgust or well-being.
Because of the sensitivity required by the olfactory sensors, the information contained in each scent is passed along without regulation by the central nervous system. You cannot consciously decide to regulate how it affects you because if we can smell the fragrance, it has already arrived in our brain – respectively – the scent has made a difference. Our sense of smell is very intimate. Scents may remind us of something deeply connected with past experience provoked joy or love.
In addition to this subconscious processing of information, fragrances also influence our thoughts.
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