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Decades of Decadance Crafted by Master Perfumers

Decades of Decadance Crafted by Master Perfumers

Indulgence doesn’t get much better than a long, hot soak in the shower - or does it?

Introducing the new, luxuriously decadent range of triple-moisturising body washes, created by the experts themselves, the Imperial Leather Master Perfumers.

With 70 years experience, fine craftsmanship and expert skills, the Imperial Leather Master Perfumers have crafted together timeless fragrance traditions with cutting-edge technology, to create four evocative new body wash fragrances.

Sourcing the finest ingredients from around the world, the new Imperial Leather range of body washes take inspiration from all five fragrance families – classic, floral, fruity, citrus and gourmet. The result... A beautifully-presented range that will look great in any bathroom!

Launching in New Zealand in June, there are four new fragrances to savour:

- No. 26 Summer Bliss – Mango butter and Frangipani

- No. 30 Tahitian Retreat – Coconut and Sandalwood

- No. 37 Flirtatious – Pomegranate and Wild Rose

- Limited Edition Blue Lagoon – Exotic Guava and Champaca Flower

Not only does the range deliver the aromas of fine fragrances, but all the Imperial Leather body washes have built-in triple moisturisers and deliver a rich and creamy lather. A new standard of luxury is now available.

The new Imperial Leather body wash range is available now at all good supermarkets. RRP $6.49 for a 500ml bottle.

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