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Hidden Women of History Series

Florenz celebrates early pioneer Florence Nightingale, who had a vision for what nursing would become, laying a solid foundation for advancing the art and science of nursing and contributing significantly to humanity. The packaging design is inspired by the colorful and uplifting artwork of St. Jude patients Alana, Bridget, Cindy, Faith, Hazel, JaKayla, Maelin-Kate, and Madison and the hope and promise it portrays.

Javon & JaKayla’s Story

They say lightning doesn’t strike twice. But cancer isn’t lightning. And cancer has struck this St. Jude family over and over again.

Lisa arrived at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in 1984, as a young girl newly diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Following treatment, she suffered a relapse, but she survived, grew up and became a mom.

Her son, Javon, was 2 years old when he was also diagnosed with ALL and began treatment at St. Jude.

Unfortunately, the year his little sister Jakayla was born, doctors found his cancer had returned. He underwent an additional 146 weeks of chemotherapy. For two years his cancer stayed in remission, but in 2010, it returned again. This time, he underwent chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, with his dad as donor.Read more

Alana’s Story

Alana has big plans for the future. If she can’t choose between being a teacher, a ballerina or a scientist, maybe she’ll be all three! Now that she has finished treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma, says her mom, “St. Jude has given her this wonderful opportunity where she’s got a chance of doing all those things.”

And she’s got the irrepressible energy and enthusiasm to match her lofty goals. “The bubbles and the laughter, the skipping and the dancing, it’s been this way the entire journey,” said her mom.

Alana’s journey began in July 2018, when an MRI was ordered to find the cause of her persistent back pain.Read more

Bridget’s Story

“I thank God every day that she got kicked at soccer practice, because had she not, I don’t know when we would have found the cancer,” said Bridget’s mom, Jamie.

But what turned out to be a fortunate mishap still did not come in time to save Bridget’s foot. Doctors at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® determined that the bone cancer in her right tibia, osteosarcoma, had crossed the growth plate, and an amputation would be necessary to her treatment. Before the amputation, St. Jude Child Life Specialists came to Bridget’s room to help her make keepsakes: casting a mold of her foot, making impressions of her toes. Bridget also received chemotherapy.

The name Bridget means “strength,” and that is something she grew into during cancer treatment. Jamie feels a bittersweet pride at how well Bridget handled it all.Read more

Cindy’s Story

When Cindy was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at 6 years old, her mom, Marisa, realized St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® was where she wanted her daughter to be. “Childhood cancer is a thief of childhood,” said Marisa. “No child should have to go through this. St. Jude provided hope that there was something we could do.”

At St. Jude, while undergoing months of chemotherapy, Cindy continued her classwork through the St. Jude School Program, became a doting big sister for the second time, and made friends with her fellow patients. “Their spirits are so high. They’re running and playing and interacting with each other. It’s so beautiful that we’re all coming together, so many different people from across the world,” said Marisa. “And it’s so important to continue to fight until there is a cure for everybody.”Read more

Faith’s Story

Diagnosed with a type of bone cancer called Ewing sarcoma, Faith lived up to her name. “I knew I was going to get through it,” she said. “Even though it was not a happy day.”

Faith’s cancer was in her pelvis and femur. When it became clear that surgery was not an option, Faith was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for treatment that included chemotherapy and proton therapy. She had many hard days, and a lot of pain, but you wouldn’t have guessed it. “She chooses to smile and be happy,” said her mom. “She’s the brightest, sweetest, funniest, strongest young lady that I know. She smiles her way through life.”Read more

Hazel’s Story

Do you like facts about dinosaurs? Good. So does Hazel, and she has some she’d like to share with you. This charming girl never met a stranger. But it wasn’t always so. Prior to being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Hazel was kind of shy.

Then came her 6th birthday, a day of many firsts, and not of the good kind: her first bone marrow aspirate, her first lumbar puncture, her first chemo treatment. Instead of waking up to pancakes, she woke up to preprocedure fasting. But rather than withdraw, Hazel blossomed.

Remarkably, the experience of cancer brought her out of her shell. “She was thrown into a world of all eyes on her,” says her mom. And it turned out Hazel had another side to her personality. She is “fun, sassy, outspoken,” a great big sister and a creative artist.Read more

Madison’s Story

The year Madison started college, a cancer diagnosis threatened to derail her dreams. Four years later, the St. Jude patient graduated from college as an art major with an emphasis on design.

“The journey to my senior year had more twists and turns than a backwoods country road,” Madison wrote. “What started as an amazing freshman year in 2017 took a sharp left when I discovered a lump in my
neck. That led to a dizzying month of tests and doctors and then finally, a diagnosis: Stage 2 Hodgkins Lymphoma.”

Doctors recommended St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she went through four rounds of chemotherapy and then months of physical and occupational therapy to regain her fine motor skills.Read more

Maelin-Kate’s Story

When Maelin-Kate’s parents brought her home from China in 2017, they knew she had medical needs. It was because she was scheduled for orthopedic surgery within weeks of her adoption that her Fanconi anemia came to light.

People with Fanconi anemia, a very rare blood disease, do not produce healthy bone marrow – so they don’t produce healthy blood. Untreated, this genetic disease can cause leukemia. Maelin-Kate’s was caught early.

Maelin-Kate was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Quickly, her care team came to feel like family. “She knew her doctors and nurses loved her. She knew that they wanted the best for her. It was a bittersweet day when we left the [transplant] floor, for both of us, because we were so close to our nurses and they were so close to us.”Read more

 

Florenz
parfum d’intérieur

Pre-order your bottle today

$9.95$59.95

Flowering Pharmacy® will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Florenz™ to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®
A juicy sweet fruity floral orchard scent peppered with ripened notes of peach nectar, and relaxing florals, all under a bright turquoise sky. This colorful and luminous composition contains some of perfumery’s best-loved ingredients. From the luscious top notes of apricot and vanilla orchid to the creamy accords of jasmine and gardenia, all wrapped deliciously in just a hint of soft musk. It makes your space feel sunny, joyful, and entirely lovable.

Flowering Pharmacy® will donate 50% of your purchase price to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®

St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. St. Jude shares the breakthroughs it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children. We are very proud to share that families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing, or food – so they can focus on helping their child live. This mission is close to our hearts, and we are happy to announce that we have committed to donating 50% of the purchase price of Florenz to help their lifesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children.®

Available in three size options for you to choose from;
50ml white glass bottle and gift box.
10ml travel size
3ml sample size.

Ingredients: Water, Evernia Prunastri (Oakmoss) Extract, Evernia Furfuracea (Treemoss) Absolute, Evernia Furfuracea (Treemoss) Extract, Denatured Ethyl Alcohol, Fragrance (Parfum).

How to use: Spray generously throughout your interior space, keeping the perfume at a distance of 30-40 cm / 12 inches from all fabrics.

Prominent notes: Woodsy, Floral.

Functional fragrance benefits: Uplifting, Fresh, Calming.

For: All

Made in: Designed in France. Made in the USA.

“This classic fruity, flower-friendly scent offers an irresistible feast for the senses. Top notes of peach, sweet apricot, and vanilla orchid melt into middle notes of gardenia, white lily, and jasmine. The entire composition gently rests on a tranquil bed of warm woods and delicate musk.”

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Florenz
parfum d’intérieur

Pre-order your bottle today

$9.95$59.95

Flowering Pharmacy® will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Florenz™ to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®
A juicy sweet fruity floral orchard scent peppered with ripened notes of peach nectar, and relaxing florals, all under a bright turquoise sky. This colorful and luminous composition contains some of perfumery’s best-loved ingredients. From the luscious top notes of apricot and vanilla orchid to the creamy accords of jasmine and gardenia, all wrapped deliciously in just a hint of soft musk. It makes your space feel sunny, joyful, and entirely lovable.

Flowering Pharmacy® will donate 50% of your purchase price to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®

St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats, and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. St. Jude shares the breakthroughs it makes, and every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children. We are very proud to share that families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing, or food – so they can focus on helping their child live. This mission is close to our hearts, and we are happy to announce that we have committed to donating 50% of the purchase price of Florenz to help their lifesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children.®

Available in three size options for you to choose from;
50ml white glass bottle and gift box.
10ml travel size
3ml sample size.

Ingredients: Water, Evernia Prunastri (Oakmoss) Extract, Evernia Furfuracea (Treemoss) Absolute, Evernia Furfuracea (Treemoss) Extract, Denatured Ethyl Alcohol, Fragrance (Parfum).

How to use: Spray generously throughout your interior space, keeping the perfume at a distance of 30-40 cm / 12 inches from all fabrics.

Prominent notes: Woodsy, Floral.

Functional fragrance benefits: Uplifting, Fresh, Calming.

For: All

Made in: Designed in France. Made in the USA.

“This classic fruity, flower-friendly scent offers an irresistible feast for the senses. Top notes of peach, sweet apricot, and vanilla orchid melt into middle notes of gardenia, white lily, and jasmine. The entire composition gently rests on a tranquil bed of warm woods and delicate musk.”

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Artwork Inspo

Hidden Women of History Series

Florenz celebrates early pioneer Florence Nightingale, who had a vision for what nursing would become, laying a solid foundation for advancing the art and science of nursing and contributing significantly to humanity. The packaging design is inspired by the colorful and uplifting artwork of St. Jude patients Alana, Bridget, Cindy, Faith, Hazel, JaKayla, Maelin-Kate, and Madison and the hope and promise it portrays.

Javon & JaKayla’s Story

They say lightning doesn’t strike twice. But cancer isn’t lightning. And cancer has struck this St. Jude family over and over again.

Lisa arrived at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® in 1984, as a young girl newly diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL). Following treatment, she suffered a relapse, but she survived, grew up and became a mom.

Her son, Javon, was 2 years old when he was also diagnosed with ALL and began treatment at St. Jude.

Unfortunately, the year his little sister Jakayla was born, doctors found his cancer had returned. He underwent an additional 146 weeks of chemotherapy. For two years his cancer stayed in remission, but in 2010, it returned again. This time, he underwent chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, with his dad as donor.Read more

Alana’s Story

Alana has big plans for the future. If she can’t choose between being a teacher, a ballerina or a scientist, maybe she’ll be all three! Now that she has finished treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma, says her mom, “St. Jude has given her this wonderful opportunity where she’s got a chance of doing all those things.”

And she’s got the irrepressible energy and enthusiasm to match her lofty goals. “The bubbles and the laughter, the skipping and the dancing, it’s been this way the entire journey,” said her mom.

Alana’s journey began in July 2018, when an MRI was ordered to find the cause of her persistent back pain.Read more

Bridget’s Story

“I thank God every day that she got kicked at soccer practice, because had she not, I don’t know when we would have found the cancer,” said Bridget’s mom, Jamie.

But what turned out to be a fortunate mishap still did not come in time to save Bridget’s foot. Doctors at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® determined that the bone cancer in her right tibia, osteosarcoma, had crossed the growth plate, and an amputation would be necessary to her treatment. Before the amputation, St. Jude Child Life Specialists came to Bridget’s room to help her make keepsakes: casting a mold of her foot, making impressions of her toes. Bridget also received chemotherapy.

The name Bridget means “strength,” and that is something she grew into during cancer treatment. Jamie feels a bittersweet pride at how well Bridget handled it all.Read more

Cindy’s Story

When Cindy was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia at 6 years old, her mom, Marisa, realized St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® was where she wanted her daughter to be. “Childhood cancer is a thief of childhood,” said Marisa. “No child should have to go through this. St. Jude provided hope that there was something we could do.”

At St. Jude, while undergoing months of chemotherapy, Cindy continued her classwork through the St. Jude School Program, became a doting big sister for the second time, and made friends with her fellow patients. “Their spirits are so high. They’re running and playing and interacting with each other. It’s so beautiful that we’re all coming together, so many different people from across the world,” said Marisa. “And it’s so important to continue to fight until there is a cure for everybody.”Read more

Faith’s Story

Diagnosed with a type of bone cancer called Ewing sarcoma, Faith lived up to her name. “I knew I was going to get through it,” she said. “Even though it was not a happy day.”

Faith’s cancer was in her pelvis and femur. When it became clear that surgery was not an option, Faith was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for treatment that included chemotherapy and proton therapy. She had many hard days, and a lot of pain, but you wouldn’t have guessed it. “She chooses to smile and be happy,” said her mom. “She’s the brightest, sweetest, funniest, strongest young lady that I know. She smiles her way through life.”Read more

Hazel’s Story

Do you like facts about dinosaurs? Good. So does Hazel, and she has some she’d like to share with you. This charming girl never met a stranger. But it wasn’t always so. Prior to being diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Hazel was kind of shy.

Then came her 6th birthday, a day of many firsts, and not of the good kind: her first bone marrow aspirate, her first lumbar puncture, her first chemo treatment. Instead of waking up to pancakes, she woke up to preprocedure fasting. But rather than withdraw, Hazel blossomed.

Remarkably, the experience of cancer brought her out of her shell. “She was thrown into a world of all eyes on her,” says her mom. And it turned out Hazel had another side to her personality. She is “fun, sassy, outspoken,” a great big sister and a creative artist.Read more

Madison’s Story

The year Madison started college, a cancer diagnosis threatened to derail her dreams. Four years later, the St. Jude patient graduated from college as an art major with an emphasis on design.

“The journey to my senior year had more twists and turns than a backwoods country road,” Madison wrote. “What started as an amazing freshman year in 2017 took a sharp left when I discovered a lump in my
neck. That led to a dizzying month of tests and doctors and then finally, a diagnosis: Stage 2 Hodgkins Lymphoma.”

Doctors recommended St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where she went through four rounds of chemotherapy and then months of physical and occupational therapy to regain her fine motor skills.Read more

Maelin-Kate’s Story

When Maelin-Kate’s parents brought her home from China in 2017, they knew she had medical needs. It was because she was scheduled for orthopedic surgery within weeks of her adoption that her Fanconi anemia came to light.

People with Fanconi anemia, a very rare blood disease, do not produce healthy bone marrow – so they don’t produce healthy blood. Untreated, this genetic disease can cause leukemia. Maelin-Kate’s was caught early.

Maelin-Kate was referred to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® for chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant. Quickly, her care team came to feel like family. “She knew her doctors and nurses loved her. She knew that they wanted the best for her. It was a bittersweet day when we left the [transplant] floor, for both of us, because we were so close to our nurses and they were so close to us.”Read more

 

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