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A little bit of lemon and lime

Wednesday, 10th July, 2019 4:56pm

Finally the warm weather has arrived! With soaring temperatures across the country, or perhaps you’re heading for a sunnier climate on your holidays, but wither way it’s so important to keep your skin feeling fresh!

Let’s face it, no one liked the clammy feeling of sweaty skin after a warm day. L’Occitane’s fabulous summer release is called the Citrus Verbana range and starts with the Refreshing Water Gel (€29). It’s a hydrating gel that melts into the skin and leaves it delicately fragranced.

Next is the Refreshing Shower Gel (€18.50), which not only gives a fresh sensation on a hot summer days, but wakes you up when the weather is not so clement, so it’s a double win.

It’s suitable for daily use and looks fabulous in the bottle thanks to the green coloured micro-balls floating in suspension - they almost look like real limes!

The Invigorating Hair & Body Mist (€16) is a must-have for summer days or anytime you want to freshen up fast.

Enriched with a cooling menthol derivative, it’s quick and easy to use.

The light, non-sticky texture gives a feeling of freshness and it’s easy to use - all you have to do is spray it on your body or hair at any time of the day.

The collection which also includes a Body Cream (€29), Hand Cream (€10.50), Exfoliating Pulp (€24) and Eau de Parfum (€52) is available now from L’Occitane on Oliver Plunkett Street or loccitane.ie.

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