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Kings & Queens Royal Favourites Shower Gel Set

9.20.2010

The Royal Favourites Coffret RM45
Nefertiti Honey Showergel
Chinese Princess Jasmine Showergel
Queen Isabella Cinnamon Orange Showergel
Emperor Akbar Mango Showergel
Sultan of Granada Lemon Flower Showergel

5 selected shower gels in this set (30ml each)

Akbhar Mango: Mogul Emperor Akbhar, a 10th century royal and a great lover of mangoes, once famously planted a superior variety of 100k mango trees, in the Lakh Dagh Orchard. That eccentric passion of his, still grants him to date the record holder title.

George III Lime: One of the most dreadful enemies for the British navvy was scurvy, which is caused by lack of Vitamin C. But in the early 18th century sailors were finally saved by simply consuming daily lime juice, following orders given by King George III.

Chinese Princes Jasmine: It is believe by many that the fragrance of jasmine awakens sensual thoughts and strengthens feelings of love. Legen has it that an ancient Chinese princess planted only jasmine in her gardens so that her lover would never forget his vows.

Queen Isabella Cinnamon Orange: Queen Isabella of Spain was very fond of cinnamon's mild taste and exquisite aroma but not of its exorbitant price. So, she financed Columbus's search for a new route to Ceylon's cinnamon and thus set the wheels in motion for his accidental discovery of the New World.

Nefertiti Honey: Nefertiti, royal wife of an Egyptian Pharoah was depicted as an icon of beauty in her famous statue. She regularly used honey as a beauty treatment in order to live up to her name, which means "the beautiful woman has arrived".

My favourite is Nefertiti Honey! 
(smells soooo GOOD!)

no mineral oil, no paraben! smells very strong from bottle
(yet to use, now camwhoring products only haha)

3 comments:

  1. Hi June, I bought from shins :)

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  2. ive got a set fully packaged and don't know where to sell it !

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meow thx ^_^ for commenting

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