Just after the French Revolution, Pierre François Lubin founded his Perfume House, in rue Sainte Anne in Paris. The famous creation was the "Eau Vivifiante" later called "Eau de Lubin". The fragrance soon won the favor of the imperial court and so began Lubin's renown thanks to the Empress Joséphine and Pauline Bonaparte, Princess Borghèse. Thanks to these kind ladies, the crowned heads of Europe began to trust Lubin. Among their documents, the coats of arms of France, the King of England and the Russian Tsar are proudly displayed.