Summery Scents

Summery Scents

mums love scents

A recent study shows that working mums have just 90 minutes of ‘me-time’ per day. So, why not use that time to get back in touch with the woman you once were by hitting the perfume counters and treating yourself to a new scent? Pregnancy can play havoc with your sense of smell, rendering your old favourites redundant. Evoke summer with something fresher and lighter such as Crabtree & Evelyn’s delicate new range of floral-inspired 
Eau de Toilettes. Boasting lavender, lily, rosewater or iris, they hit all the right notes.

£28 for 100ml, crabtree-evelyn.co.uk

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