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Friday, July 04, 2014

New - The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection

The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection

Admit it there is nothing worse in the Summer heat than a strong fragrance, it can turn sickly sweet or in extreme cases cause nausea and/or a headache. It sounds like such a silly thing to complain about but certain scents simply don't bode well with the warm weather. If you are currently nodding in agreement note down the 16th of July as The Body Shop will launch The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection, a new addition to their best selling Voyage Fragrance Collection.


The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection

I know this may sound silly but The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection smells much like I anticipated - all of which I garnered from the label. A cool, calming yet refreshing aquatic scent is how I would sum up The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower fragrance. It is light and clean, almost like freshly washed linen yet has a certain sea like quality. Basically if you like scents such as Davidoff Cool Waters and fragrances of that category then this is one you must investigate when it launches. Notes include mandarin, litsea,  Fijian Water Lotus flower which has been plucked South Pacific Ocean and rose. It also contains (not within the perfume oil as it is alcohol free) 100% organic Community Fair Trade alcohol from Cotopaxi, Ecuador. 

The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection is pretty expansive with a perfume oil (you can also use this in an oil burner or mix it in with an unscented body lotion etc), a fragrance mist, an eau de toilette (100ml and 10ml versions), a shower gel, a body butter and a body lotion. The great thing about this is that you can layer on various products to achieve a long lasting scent or simply go for one of the mist on options for a light, fresh approach.

The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Flower Collection will launch on July 16th both online and in-store.
Prices range from £5-£16.

This post contains press samples.
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