Friday, February 27, 2015

L’Occitane en Provence’s Limited-Edition Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau Collection Review

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L'Occitane en Provence's Fleurs de Cerisier Eau de Toilette ($45)

Despite this exceptionally cold weather we have been experiencing this year, I have a secret of how to bring about Spring.  All that is required is L’Occitane en Provence’s  Limited Edition Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau Collection. As always, the company put their magical touch once again to cherries from Southern France for Spring, 2015 in another new cherry fruity-floral blend that is airy fresh and sunny enough to cast a warmth over you. 

Unlike the original Fleurs de Cerisier Eau de Toilette ($45), this fragrance is fruitier with a delightful amount of tartness as it opens from lemon and black currant notes washing their luscious juices over the sweeter notes of watermelon.  This delicious nectar, slowly reigning down upon the cherry blossom, rose, orchid, and white flowers is the key that magnificently sets off the floral heart in this very feminine fragrance, drawing out their combined sweet essences in the process.  As this fragrance dries down, it does it with such inviting grace due to a lovely mix of cedar, sandalwood, and white musk that you can’t help but feel appealing wearing it.  

The Fleurs de Cerisier Fragrance Touch ($22) is a fabulous form of this fragrance in a gel that disperses from the tube.  This clear, but glorious cherry essence lasts wonderfully for hours with just a small dab!


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L'Occitane en Provence's Fleurs de Cerisier Fragrance Touch ($22)

The Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau Moisturizing Milk ($25) will make your skin feel as soft and sweet as those cherry blossom petals.  I adored applying this fragrant lotion  and loved how easily it sunk into my skin.


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L'Occitane en Provence's Fleurs de Cerisier L'Eau Moisturizing Milk ($25)

L’Occitane en Provence’s shea butter hand creams are excellent for healing rough, chapped hands and my hands always welcome them.  This new Fleurs de Cerisier L’Eau Hand Cream ($12) is another fragrant addition to a very effective formula that you can count on both.


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L'Occitane en Provence's Fleurs de Cerisier L'Eau Hand Cream ($12)
If there is is a fragrance that can almost cast you in its sunny brightness, it is this one from L’Occitane en Provence.  Do check the Fleurs de Cerisier L'Eau Collection while you can because it is a limited edition that you don't want to miss!

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