Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Review: Sweet Beauty Abounds in L’Occitane en Provence’s Fleurs de Cerisier Eau de Toilette and Body Cream

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**


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Fleurs de Cerisier Eau de Toilette and Body Cream


Finding the right words to accurately describe how L’Occitane en Provence’s Fleurs de Cerisier Eau de Toilette can set your senses sailing to your happy place may seem hard to believe. However, experiencing this fruity-floral is like finding yourself in the midst of a beautiful fragrant explosion of cherry blossoms that are just coming into their own to enchant you with as it releases its delicate sweet perfume in combination with the dewiness of a Spring morning.

This lavishly feminine fragrance opens with delectable cherry and luscious black currant dripping their sweet fruity juices over notes of freesia.  In time, those top notes mingle with the floral, turning it almost fluid in its exquisite breezy, freshness.  

So gracefully this scent evolves since this amount of unsurpassed beauty cannot be rushed. As it warms in the heart with notes of cherry blossom and lily-of-the valley, this voluptuous floral becomes the embodiment of sheer romance. You cannot help but feel dreamy and blissful.

As it dries down, this light, airy floral fragrance with its notes of precious amber and sexy musk is sure to entice in its sweet seduction.  

Take it from this perfumista, this eau de toilette ($50) is a fragrance that you must experience to appreciate the amount of joy that it will bring to your heart.  

I also highly recommend the matching Fleurs de Cerisier Petal-Soft Cream ($24) and the entire collection to make the rest of you as velvety-smooth to compliment its delicate scent. Do visit L'Occitane en Provence and just wait for that happiness to flood in!


*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*

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