In Gaelic, the name for the Oha Fragrance from Teo Cabanel means water – smooth, sleek, captivating, and ever-moving. It suggests the rush of water down the curves of a quick creek, as well as the languid liquid of sitting ponds and quiet lakes. This perfume embodies water in every imaginable form with scents that risk telling the freshness, cleanness, and beauty of H2O.
Until the Oha Parfum from Teo Cabanel, you may never have realized that water could have a refreshing, flirtatious, beautiful scent. This fragrances works toward capturing that essence with overtones of fresh tea leaves and sparkling bergamot, as well as softer undertones of light vanilla and tonka bean.