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Terranova Takes a Breath of Fresh 'Aire'

July 9, 2014

Adds new scent story to personal care collection.

Aire, Terranova’s newest signature fragrance, is billed as a feminine, light-on-your-feet scent that slips on with ease like a favorite soft sweater, and becomes an exquisite personal interpretation on the skin. It features fresh floral notes of graceful freesia and muguet mingled with clean citrus and white tea, while sensuous oak moss and sheer musk offer warmth and comfort. 

“When we began blending oils for Aire, we wanted to create a fresh and original scent that stood out from the overpowering fragrances we found at department stores,” says Kathy Saunders, vice president of Terranova.  “We wanted Aire to feel effortlessly sophisticated without redefining the wearer, but making her feel comfortable and naturally beautiful.”

The Aire rollerball Perfume Essence, spray Cologne Mist and Body Lotion are housed in decorative boxes for easy gift giving too.  
 
 
 

 
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