I wrote a little while ago that Rose & Co (who have well and truly cornered the cupcake bath treat market) were adding a new, more modern rose fragrance to their range, No.84. Personally, I like a traditional rose scent and No.84 doesn’t stretch too far from its origins with powdery and simple, sweet notes.Rose & Co No. 84
I’ve just had a proper look at the line-up which covers everything from hand cream to bath soak with all the cuppy cakeness inbetween. The strength of Rose & Co is that it’s so giftable – the packaging is just as good as anything you’d get from Molton Brown for example, and yet it’s priced very reasonably.
The products aren’t beauty game changers, nor do they pretend to be, but each thing does the job it’s intended to do. The pleasure of these is in the presentation and much as I’m not a glitter fan, the cupcake soap has stolen my heart a bit!
The new fragrance launches next month right on track for spring birthdays and Easter treats.
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