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Fans that love the uncomplicated nature of indie perfume sensation Clean can now feel as if they have just stepped out of the shower with Fusion Brands’ new roller ball in Shower Fresh

June 23, 2008

Fans that love the uncomplicated nature of indie perfume sensation Clean can now feel as if they have just stepped out of the shower with Fusion Brands’ new roller ball in Shower Fresh. Available exclusively at Sephora, Clean Shower Fresh opens with citrus top notes of lemon, mandarin and orange. The heart of the fragrance is faintly floral, hinting at sweetness with notes of lily of the valley, orange blossom and jasmine. The drydown features musk with sheer woods. A 0.34-oz. supply is $22. The company has also added Wellness, a new fragrance collection that is free from synthetics and petroleum and formulated with an organic corn-derived alcohol base. The line includes two scents—Purity and Harmony—which are priced at $76. More info: www.cleanperfume.com
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