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Loving life this February

Of all our five senses, it’s our sense of smell that has the strongest links to our memory. Fragrance has the unique power to evoke recollections of a place, a person, or simply a feeling. Elizabeth Arden’s iconic Red Door fragrance, launched in 1989, has been revamped to embody the contemporary woman. It still carries the seductive signature floral notes – think freesia, lily of the valley and wild violets, red rose, Moroccan orange flower, ylang-ylang and jasmine, coupled with the opulence of sandalwood and sweet honey. You’ll find it in Woolworths, Edgars, Foschini, Truworths, Dis-Chem and Clicks stores, and online through Takealot and Superbalist, from R330 to R1085.

Coconut water and frangipani. Orchids and jasmine. Sandalwood and exotic vanilla. Rich and heady and seductive notes make up this new Chimmy Choo fragrance, Rose Passion. From R1099 at DisChem, Woolworths and Edgars.

Vibrant, joyful, full of energy, DKNY Be Delicious Orchard Street is pure mouth-wateringly pink deliciousness. Sweet (Pink Lady apple and pink grapefruit) and spicy (pink pepper), you’ll find it for R945 at DisChem.

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