In 1978 Jean-Charles Brosseau accidentally discovered a formula made up of musky notes, vanilla, heliotrope and rosewood, which were used as a bonding agent. The result of finding it was by itself and without any complimentary additions a fragrance which attracted him and to which he gave the name Ombre Rose... 

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JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Héliotrope
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Body creams
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Collection Homme: Atlas Cedar
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Collection Homme: Bois d'Orient
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Collection Homme: Fruit de Bois
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Collection Homme: Thé Brun
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Bergamote
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Jasmin-Lilas
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Nymphéa
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Ombre Bleue
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Rose
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Fleurs d'Ombre: Thé Poudré
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Ombre Azurite
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Ombre Orientale
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Ombre Platine
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Ombre Rose l'Original
JEAN-CHARLES BROSSEAU Ombre Rubis