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  • Arresting Fragrance

    25th May 2012GeneralStephanie Donaldson

    The L’Occitane Garden was as subtle as it’s neighbour (Diarmuid’s vast pyramid) was in-your-face exhibitionist, but where it won hands-down was the glorious fragrance of the immortelle flowers. The immortelle is a member of the helichrysum family and is used by L’Occitane for their highly regarded anti-aging cosmetics. L’Occitane work with growers in the Corsican maquis who harvest the flowers for them.

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