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Let it blossom

Wednesday, 28th August, 2019 4:50pm

The season is changing and so are our beauty regimes - or at least the scent of them!

L’Occitane’s latest release, the Cerisier Irisé collection, pays tribute to the beautiful cherry blossom tree and its gorgeous scent.

The new Cerisier Irisé Eau de Toilette (€41) is full of energy and character and is a fragrance that bursts of juicy cherry and grapefruit, with sparkling, sweet and citrus tones.

The Cerisier Irisé collection also includes a body milk (€27), a light moisturising lotion that melts on the skin, leaving it delicately fragranced, a shower gel (€18.50) which lathers on contact with water to gently cleanse the skin and leaves a lingering cherry blossom scent, as well as a hand cream that is so soft on the hands, and of course, also leaves a lingering cherry blossom smell - ideal for the start of autumn!

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