PÊCHE OBSCÈNE · Chelsea Wolfe x Lvnea | Parfum Botanique - peach, jasmine, patchouli

  • $50.00

Back from the archives, our forever-enthralling perfume was made in collaboration with Chelsea Wolfe. 

Fleshy, unctuous peach blends with silken jasmine into a deeply enticing and heady scent, overlaid atop a lush, earthy base of aged patchouli, vetiver, moss, and wood. Fall deep under the spell of ripe fruit and the damp, velvet soil below.

Featured notes: ripe peach · osmanthus · patchouli · jasmine · vetiver · oakmoss · sandalwood 

Aspects: narcotic · floral · fruity   · ripened · earthy · damp

The Ritual: Roll the desired amount onto pulse points (wrists, crooks of the arms, neck, décolletage, etc) and allow to air dry. Store in cool, dry areas or within its case after use.

Ingredients: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Coconut Oil, Fractionated), Natural Fragrance/Parfum (Essential Oils, Absolutes, CO2s, and Plant Extracts). May contain limonene and/or linalool, naturally occurring constituents in most essential oils.

10ml in an amethyst glass bottle with a glass roller ball, encased in a portable matte black tube. 

*IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an oil-based formulation of the original PÊCHE OBSCÈNE parfum extrait released in 2019. While it contains the same notes featured in the original alcohol-based rendition, its throw is more subtle than that of an eau de parfum and will develop differently. Looking for the alcohol-based Pêche Obscène? Find it HERE, now with an improved pump-spray applicator. 

Customer Reviews

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Gwen Wolfe
Beautiful, haunting and primal

Love this scent! It's hauntingly sweet yet spicy, and a joy to wear! I wish it would last a bit longer, but I'm still trying to work with the formulation.

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Priya
My Favourite LVNEA Offering

A lot like La Serpentine, but not as much of a chypre, I think this one will go with most body chemistries. It's unctuous, silken and resinous -- with just a touch of fruit. I usually dislike fruity perfumes, but this one is a winner. I have tried every LVNEA perfume and this one is my absolute favourite that I reach for most under any circustance.

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Dev
My first perfume

Honestly, I am continuously so blown away by this fragrance.
I bought the roll on when it was re-released in 2022. I bought two and am down to one now but I am so in love with it’s gentle power and it’s long lasting aroma.
It may be the first scent I have ever bought but that’s because other perfumes I have smelled are so over powering and artificial. I went in blind trusting CW would only partner with the best and neither Lvnea nor CW disappointed me with this collaboration 🤩💞💕

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E.N
NARCOTIC, INTENSE, LASTS FOREVER

This is the third perfume I have ever bought, and I’m by no means very knowledgeable on perfume, but I. Love. This. Perfume. Pêche Obscène is very intense, especially at first. With the first application onto your wrist, it’s more sharp than it is sweet, though its sweetness and peach is never candy-sweet or sickeningly sweet which is very nice. After a few hours of wearing it, it melts into something softer and more velvety. But you won’t just be wearing it for a few hours, because it literally lasts forever. Even after 3 days you can distinctly smell traces of it. I applaud its longevity—it’s no laughing matter! I’m very pleased with how long it lasts and how its scent changes over time: it makes it very much worth the money. This perfume isn’t for everyone, but for those who like a scent like an earthy, deep, dark pine forest with fat, ripe peaches growing off every branch (let’s pretend we live in a world where peaches grow on pine trees), this one is for you. Phrases I’ve used to describe this perfume: Sweet rotten/overripe peach, aromatic poisonous tree, narcotic, “if you put a bunch of poisonous plants into a mortar and pestle and then added ripe peach juice and wine”, “what the forbidden fruit should have smelled like”, etc.

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Kate
Absolutely obsessed with this

I regret not buying a bigger bottle! This is decadent. Bright big fruity peach with this deep undercurrent of patchouli. It’s daylight horror. Its glorious fecundity. It’s memento mori. It’s a Call Me By Your Name and Hagazussa double feature. Absolutely stunning and the perkiest goth fragrance ever. Bravo!