There are lots of ‘home’ collections launching (it’s seasonal, mainly, for gifting) but the L’Occitane Provence Home Collection is easily outstripping the others. It’s quite a large range, so I’ve pulled out some of my favourites including the candles with lid designs emulating antique Provencal tiles. The fragrances are Lavender, White Blossom, Verbena, Candied Fruit, Rose and Winter Forest, split between aluminium holders and glass holders. The glass candles are £21 and the aluminium are £18.
At the core of the collection is Bienvenue Chez L’Occitane home fragrance.. a quick spritz on linen or just into the air is a blend of lemon, mandarin and bitter orange – it’s really like having a zingy bowl of freshly zested oranges on hand. Unless you absolutely hate oranges (does anyone?), I think you’d struggle not to be delighted by sheer happiness of this.
The home fragrance is £18, as is the hand cleansing gel (that does seem a lot for a handwash), and the hand hydrating lotion is £9. There’s also a diffuser – I find it funny that the sticks you have to buy with it for £3 (since when do diffusers not come with their own sticks?) is called a ‘bouquet’ of sticks. You can find it HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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