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Le Couvent des Minimes

Eau des Missions Botanical Cologne of the Missions 3.4 fl.oz (100 ml)

$38.00

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A scented water to share as a family, that offers a delicious reminder of childhood baths.

Thanks to its Originale Recipe that blends comforting Vanilla essence and 5 beneficial plants, the Botanical Cologne of the Missions leaves a warm Vanilla scent on the skin that comforts and provides a feeling of well-being.

Vanilla- comforting
Centella Asiatica- revitalizing
Myrrh- repairing
Benjoin- source of well-being
Chinese Camellia- protective
Virginian Cedar- invigorating

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Le Couvent des Minimes Eau des Missions Botanical Cologne of the Missions, 3.4 fl.oz
 
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5.0

Lovely scent!

By Ladyesmerelda

from Baltimore MD

describe yourself Natural Style

Pros

  • Draws Compliments
  • Great Smell
  • Long-Lasting
  • Not Overpowering
  • Sensual

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Anytime
    • Daily Use
    • Evening Use
    • Signature Fragrance
    • Special Occasions

    Comments about Le Couvent des Minimes Eau des Missions Botanical Cologne of the Missions, 3.4 fl.oz:

    I love this product so much. It's a little pricey for a body spray, but it smells like an exspensive perfume. I get complimented on it all the time. The smell is sort of a vanilla/lightly floral smell. Its very light and lasts literally ALL DAY! Lovely, light, sweet, sensual.... I will use this every day!

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