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Damask rose (See 1/1)
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Sapoceti scented soap Damask rose

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description

One of Guerlain’s favourite ingredients at the heart of the of Guerlinade, Damask rose is given pride of place in this Sapoceti scented soap.

Emblems of the heritage and expertise of the House of Guerlain, Sapoceti scented soaps were first produced in 1828 by Pierre-François-Pascal Guerlain at his boutique on Rue de Rivoli. Scented with essences from natural origin, they are now available in six scents, as a tribute to the Guerlinade, Guerlain’s olfactory signature.

Upon contact with water, Sapoceti soap releases a fresh, airy foam that leaves skin delicately scented and silky to the touch.

All in brilliant white, each bar of soap is embossed with the Guerlain bee.

fragrance

Queen of flowers, the rose comes through in its fruity, honeyed notes. This rose soap imparts its delicate floral notes upon the skin.

Ingredients

Rose

perfumers secret

As the muse of five generations of House of Guerlain Perfumers, the rose has always been a favourite raw ingredient at the House. The Damask rose absolute in this soap is sourced from Turkey.

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