Papier d’Arménie, a of Armenian paper in France, is a room deodorizing product sold as booklets of twelve sheets of paper each cut into , which are coated with benzoin resin, the sap of styrax trees.
The was created by the celebrated French perfumer of Armenian origin Francis Kurkdjian, who recreated the going from to in Armenia and France …
At the end of the 19th century, Auguste Ponsot discovered that Armenian households would burn Styrax as a and disinfectant.
The is pleasant and subtle, underscoring its primary use as a “purifier”.
Today Papier d’Arménie is sold as a form of or perfume, or as a form of air freshener –