Instant S[æ]ve in December

S[æ]ve in December? It could be imagined like this.

 

Instant en décembre

A warm apartment...

... with white walls, bathed in the lights of a few indigo blue streetlights and candles scented with sweet orange and cinnamon essential oils. Are you starting to like it?

Then there would be a nice living room with a soft grey sofa with huge red and white cushions. There would also be a white wool blanket, which would patiently wait to warm up anyone who huddled in it. In fact, we advise you to roll up happily in it.

On the floor, at the bottom of the window, there are three demijohn They would have been found at a flea market and we like that idea. They would be filled with garlands of light, red ribbons and holly and clematis stems from dried hedges. The floor would be covered with a bleached wooden floor and a wide carpet. Barefoot, it's incomparably soft, we promise you…

Oh yes, we forgot to tell you. At S[æ]ve, we love the Light very much, even the Winter Light. It's good for morale and skin. So at the window, we could imagine a ledge, where we could sit and look out. On top, would be placed small Christmas themes, pine cones, 1 candlestick and a cushion.

Instant en décembre

On the coffee table of this living room,

a notebook of cognac moleskin and a beautiful black pen would await the writing of your gratitudes. A cup of porcelain would smoke an infusion of coloured spices, close to a blue enamel teapot. You know, the ones you find on farms in Auvergne, with the gooseneck neck? There would be an embroidered cotton cloth next to it to pour his drink without burning himself. Help yourself, we like to chat.

On this coffee table, there would be a tube of our Soothing Rehydrating Infusion Mask with titrated mallow extracts. This plant is a customary of Winter, secret of our grandmothers to calm the irritated and inflamed throats by the cold and draughts. Its emollient properties neutralize dry and aggressive coughs on our vocal cords by soothing them.

Imagine these wonderful virtues on your irritated skin. A concentrate of serenity. Outside, it would obviously be bad. You would therefore be greatly encouraged to take the time of a moisturizing mask, which would calm tingling and tightness thanks to chamomile and white willow.

And yes, S[æ]ve is extraordinary, even in Winter.

The Team