This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
English fragrance house will launch colorful Aromasensory and contemporary Mood Therapy fragrance ranges in U.S. department and specialty stores this fall, Brighton, UK company says. Approximately 48 of Pecksniff's 500 SKUs initially will debut stateside. Both ranges include four fragrances in six product forms including foam bath, shower gel, bath salts and massage oils. Aromasensory fragrances range from light, fresh accords to warm, musk scents and will be available in Grapefruit & Berry, Lavender & Basil, Rose & Jasmine and Sandalwood & Vanilla. Mood Therapy range, formulated with 100% pure essential oils, will be available in Alive, Calm, Happy and Naughty. Product prices average approximately $15, firm says. Founded in 1982, Pecksniff's is sold in England through two stand-alone stores in London and Brighton, as well as department stores such as Harrod's and House of Fraser
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