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Monday, 20 September 2021

L'Occitane Cherry Blossom Infusion Collection - holding on to the scent of summer a little longer....

 

L'Occitane Cherry Blossom Infusion Collection Review
All of these products were kindly sent to me, without obligation.

I really did mean to post about this beautiful range of products much sooner, but being so ill delayed it - better late than never and all of that though, as they are still available, despite being limited edition! As you know, I'm an absolutely massive fan of L'Occitane as a brand, for so many reasons - it's environmental commitment, dedication to helping communities in a sustainable way, plus the products always smell and feel divine! This new twist on the Cherry Blossom Collection is delectable - light, feminine and airy, with notes of lemon, mandarin and bitter orange. There are four products in the range, all. of which I was very kindly sent.

Cherry Blossom Infusion Shower Gel: First of all, I have to mention the very pretty packaging - it's intricate and delicate and I love the light blue colour (like I said.... trying to hold on to some semblance of summer as I spent a good number of weeks in bed & feel like I missed out!). What I love about the shower gels from this brand is that they lather well, but don't strip the skin, and they fill the room with a beautiful aroma. Now I will admit that I am not the biggest fan of cherry scented products, but I love the light fruity combination on this, as it makes the scent less sweet and fresher, due to the citrus notes. It's the perfect scent to start your day!

Cherry Blossom Infusion Body Milk: The texture of this body moisturiser is divine - it's light, absorbs so easily and leaves the skin feeling silky soft and also with a healthy-looking sheen. Don't get me wrong, it doesn't have the disco ball look at all, but my skin looks healthy and fresh when I apply this and it also extends the wear time of the scent. Also, it's soothing, which has been perfect for me, as my skin was felt like it was on fire and was so, so dry and itchy, so this has been a really comforting product.

Cherry Blossom Infusion Granita Hand Gel: A hand gel, as opposed to a hand cream, is a product that I love to use on warm days, as it's nourishing, but if your hands are sweaty, you don't get any greasy feeling. This has been perfect for me over the last 5/6 weeks, as I've been constantly running a fever, feeling like I am sweating everywhere, yet my skin has been super dry! The scent is so uplifting and I really believe that having little treats like this help to lift your spirits on a daily basis. A hand cream makes a gorgeous gift for anyone who is under the weather, or just as a little pick me up, without having to spend too much.

Cherry Blossom Infusion Eau De Toilette: Now for the star of the show! I adore the twist on this fragrance. It combines fresh citrus notes of lemon, grapefruit, bitter orange and mandarin, with musk, iris and a red fruit cocktail, as well as the original cherry blossom. The only way that I can describe it is sparkling - it isn't too sharp, nor too sweet, feels very feminine, yet not too girly. It really is a beautiful scent and when layered with the shower gel and body lotion, I can smell it on my skin for a good 5/6 hours.

I'm in love with this collection (in case you hadn't guessed). It's so fresh and sparkling, feminine and makes me feel like we can still enjoy the last days of summer/warmer weather, before Autumn really does kick in.

I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Available from L'Occitane Ireland and UK.

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