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Dove Rolls Out New Scent

June 11, 2013

‘Restore’ is latest in Go Fresh collection.

From feeling a warm breeze brush against your skin to listening to the sound of crashing waves, summer is a time to invigorate the senses.  To celebrate the essence of the season, Dove® is introducing its “scent of the summer” - Restore - the newest fragrance addition to the Dove Go Fresh product collection. With a luscious blue fig and bright, floral orange blossom scent, Restore is designed to further inspire the senses and will leave your skin smelling and feeling delightfully fresh and hydrated this summer season, said the company.
 
The Restore collection includes body wash, beauty bar and anti-perspirant/deodorant.
 
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