Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Gift Set

Shirley P. Olin

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m coming to the end of the beauty gift sets to show you – only a few more to go – and I’ll be back on ‘normal’ beauty soon. I’ve been trying some great things that I want to tell you about so I’m looking forward to it. I’ve searched high and low for offers on this magnificent Laura Mercier Almond Coconut gift set but there are absolutely none!  Once you’ve smelled this, I don’t think you forget it because it is just so tropical and sumptuous. It’s the holiday to the far away island you always wanted to go to with the convenience of staying in your own bathroom ;-).

Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Gift Set

As you can see, the set features a Body Cream, an EDP and a Bath Gel. Personally, I’m not sure I could wear the EDT – I mean, it makes you too edible! I can see someone leaning in to give you a peck on the cheek and accidentally licking your neck. If you love that idea, spray away :-).

Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Gift Set

The item that has my heart is the Almond Coconut Honey Bath – it’s just a cocoon of sunshine, sweet warmth and happy times.

The body cream is very opulent, silky and rich and a lovely way to layer the scent and keep it with you. I think this is the gift for your island hopping, cruise loving friend who is just waiting for winter to pass before heading out to the Bahamas for a spot of golf. Just lovely – £82 HERE.

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