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Ormonde Jayne Champaca Bath Oil

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Champaca – tiny pale orange flower from India.

Related to the magnolia and deemed sacred in the Indus Valley, Champaca flower absolute is a heavenly, creamy floral scent – both elegant and intimate. Blended with neroli and bamboo and underscored with fragrant rice and green tea notes, this is a distinguished perfume of rare beauty.

Top notes: Neroli, pink pepper and bamboo

Heart notes: Champaca and freesia absolutes, basmati notes

Base notes: Myrrh, green tea notes and musk

This bath oil contains orchid oil extract, vitamin E and 15% pure essence; And it’s beautifully presented in a glass decanter.

All Ormonde Jayne bathing oils are hand-blended and 100% preservative-free. All Ormonde Jayne products are also free from mineral oils, parabens, colouring and GM ingredients. Formulations are all moisture-packed with added shea butter and botanical extracts, so you will not only smell great but feel great too.

Ingredients : Alcohol. Parfum (fragrance). Aqua (Water). D-Limonene. Hydroxyisohexyl 3. Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde. Citral. Citronellol. Geraniol. Isoeugenol. Farnesol. Benzyl Benzoate.

Oh my Lord, OJ Champaca is purely divine. Besides its creamy, sultry & addictive scent ( which still lingers as fresh & intoxicating after 4 hours on my skin ), its formulation also nourishes my dry & parched skin extremely well. I feels well nurtured after bathing in this fabulous concoction.

A scent fit for a Goddess. I would offer this sacred yet sensual scent to Venus.

PS: This bath oil would makes a perfect wedding gift – A honeymoon must have.

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