L’Occitane has launched “Spring Cherry” New Fragrance
L’Occitane has recently released a new fragrance for spring. It’s always nice to welcome in a new season with a fresh new fragrance. The one I tried is called “Cherry Blossom”. It is very light and floral which I like. I’m really glad I was given the opportunity to try the fragrance out. The cherry tree is part of the provencal landscape. It is widespread in the apt region. This tree changes colors with the seasons, a source of inspiration for the artists, pure white in spring, bright red in summer, soft green in autumn.
This month, L’Occitane has launched “Spring Cherry”. This is a new collection of fragrances and body care products to celebrate the upcoming cherry blossom season. I was told that “each of the new products in this collection are scented of cherry trees from Provence”. I find that after Valentine’s Day February really seems to drag on, because it is the very tail end of winter and spring seems *just* so far away. With this new fragrance line you can bring the feeling of spring forward just a little bit by lifting your senses!
L’OCCITANE offers high quality beauty products and fragrances, developed following the principles of phytotherapy and aromatherapy. Our textures and fragrances are inspired by the Mediterranean lifestyle: using a L’OCCITANE product is always a moment of well-being and sensory delight.
You can order directly from their website here, and find out more about their products: Go and check it out, they have one or two contests on at the moment too!
I met Lynn in MOMS Club and she has two children. One of which is the same age as my daughter and they love to giggle and play together. Lynn Hooper is also a local Mary Kay Consultant while also being a full time mom. “A lot of what the business stands for is true to my heart. Mary Kay Inc. has a foundation that donates funds to help end domestic violence and also funds research into cancers that affect women. Mary Kay also has what’s called "The Golden Rule" which means God (faith) first, family second and business third. A great principal for me and nice to know I am part of a team that believes in this too.”