At In Fiore, we believe the skin is a sense organ and scent initiates healing. Olfactory Nostalgia is a look at medicinal triggers, scented memories, and the feelings that ensue when taking in a distinct ingredient.
Meet Sophia Roe, the NYC-based chef and wellness enthusiast, who speaks eloquently of food and feelings. That said, her knack for creating colorful, healthy, and delectable dishes is second to none.
“It means tapping into one of our most precious senses as a way to heal, recharge, reset, and recalibrate.”
What & Where:
Chef and wellness enthusiast, based in New York City
My mother was a huge earl grey drinker, and while we were not close and our relationship was mostly very traumatic, I do love the vision of her drinking tea throughout the day. The smell reminds me that even though her life was mostly erratic and filled with chaos that she still had a tiny little ritual in the form of a hot cup of tea.
Perfumery as Medicine:
It means tapping into one of our most precious senses as a way to heal, recharge, reset, and recalibrate.
SHOP BERGAMOT-INFUSED ESSENTIALS
Bergamot brightens the sultry jasmine trinity with its sweet, delicate, floral, fresh fruity aroma.
Bergamot exerts a state of chill, helping to bring stress-related skin disorders back into balance.
On a psychospiritual level, bergamot opens the heart chakra and can help quiet the conscious mind and thereby allow greater access to intuitive processes and higher intellect.