Loccitane Fathers Day Giveaway


Want to spoil your papa or baby daddy? You’re in luck because one Short Presents reader could win everything you see here!

With its unique appearance, its thick and rough bark, “the cedrat is an eminently masculine citrus fruit.
This eau de toilette associates the sparkling and refreshing notes of its pulp with the slightly woody wake of its rind” and it smells so fresh yet very masculine at the same time.
Quickly gaining momentum this fragrance has been an instant hit! True to the L’Occitane brand it smells great and is long lasting (and I would argue gets better throughout the day).
Considering Father’s Day marks the first day of summer this year this scent couldn’t be more perfect for the warmer temperatures. 
In addition to the fragrance the line expands to face cleansers, shower and face gels!
Made with organic Corsican cedrat, the Cedrat skincare line is designed to to hydrate, mattify and energize the skin.

Enriched with vegetable-based glycerin** the Global Face Gel provides hydration and protection to the skin without leaving a greasy film. Refines skin texture and neutralizes excess sebum throughout the day while also helping to revitalize the skin and visibly reduce signs of fatigue. Its light and melting texture is quickly absorbed leaving the skin matte, clear and fresh. Sounds good to me! 

Already super popular the Cedrat Pure Cleanser is already only available in limited quantities, but lucky for you guys you still get a chance to get your hands on this product! The Pure Cleanser is a deep cleansing gel which ntensely cleanses the skin with natural exfoliating particles, removes impurities and dead cells to refine skin’s texture, neutralizes shine and leaves the skin clean and soft! 
We know that a lot of our dads are busy doing things for everyone else, and often times it involves getting messy! Why not spoil him with some nice products to help feel like a million bucks. 

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Smell ya later! 
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