The Thymes Limited
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Filigree and Citron bath and body collections are formulated with "vital fragrance themes derived from natural herb and botanical essences," the company said. Herbal Metaphors Citron combines natural ingredients, such as Italian lemon, marjoram and lavender. The unisex fragrance collection "invigorates, stimulates and strengthens the mind and spirit," the company said. Lemon oil is enriched with vitamins A and C to protect skin with antioxidants, while aloe helps "repair" and "heal" skin. Citron products include cologne, bath salts, body lotion, body wash, shampoo, conditioner and range in price from $4 for bath salts to $27 for the cologne. Filigree bath and home fragrance products contain ingredients such as evening primrose oil, honey and white willow bark to help "renew skin's elasticity" and provide intensive moisturizing benefits. The collection, which includes eau de parfum, bath gel, perfumed soap, body creme and body wash, is priced between $5 and $36. Both Filigree and Citron collections are available in 3,500 high-end specialty stores
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