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Cella Eau de Lavende - 250ml

  • Cella Eau De Lavende 250ml
  • Cella Eau De Lavende 250ml
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Product Description

Cella Eau de Lavende - 250ml

Product

Eau de Lavende is a long-standing popular fragrance by Cella. This range of cologne is one of Italy's hidden gems and still made to the same formula from 1899; with overtones of lavender and light strains of almond and floral scents, this will make it a purchase you won't regret. Extremely generous, barbershop-style size in a vintage style glass bottle.

How to use

Splash a liberal amount of Eau de Lavende into the palm of your hand and apply to the face and neck.

Recommended for

All skin types 

Grooming Tip

Can be used as either an aftershave 'astringent' or as a traditional cologne.

 

Ingredients

Alocohol denat/ethyl alcohol, aqua/water, profume/fragrance.

 

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  1. A hidden gem! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Feb 2014

    Such a great classic scent! Couldn't recommend it enough! All you cam smell is pure natural lavender, no nasty chemical-like notes. Longevity is above average (solid 8-10 hours on my skin). Also, I have to mention that the vintage-style bottle is quite large (250ml), so it should last long time (very economical purchase). Combined with Cella soap it makes perfect duo for me.


Cella

Cella shave cream soap is another MAGUIRE'S Barbershop import from Italy. Cella products have been family made since 1899 and has loyally served three generations of well-groomed men. Today it enjoys the reputation as one of Italy's most venerable barber shop shaving brand. For over 100 year Cella has guarded its secret formula, in a way that only a small family owned Italian business can; the recipe has been passed down from one generation to the next.