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New Essence of Beauty Scents

September 9, 2013

CVS adds four new options for Fall.

CVS/pharmacy is expanding its Essence of Beauty bath and body collection with four new fragrances “created by renowned perfumers and features luxurious formulations with premium ingredients in beautifully-designed packaging.”

The Essence of Beauty Fine Fragrance Collection now consists of fourteen distinct scent offerings, including four new master-crafted scents. The scents include Secret Woods, Forever Paris, Wind Kissed and In The Tropics.

In addition, the current fragrance lines – Sweet Paradise, Cool Rain, Sensual Night, Island Dream, Citrus Coconut, Japanese Garden, Lilies & Freesia, Sun Blossom, and White Lavender – have been refreshed with new formulations and packaging.

All fragrances are available in a variety of products, including Fine Fragrance Body Mists, Bath & Shower Gels, Body Lotions, Body & Hand Creams, and Travel Collections. Prices range between $1.99 and $12.99.
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