Last Minute Gifts For Mum

April 27, 2016

Last Minute Gifts For Mum

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, a collection of brand new products have just hit the shelves ready to spoil the Mum's out there. 

Marc Jacobs Decadence is a luxurious, woody scent, perfect for the coolers months. With a sultry top of succulent Italian plum, golden saffron and velvety iris. The heart is a bouquet of rich Bulgarian rose that mingles with Lush orris and creamy nuances of jasmine sambac. Rich liquid Amber, heady velvetier and warm papyrus woods dry down to a signature of sophisticated indulgence.
Marc Jacobs Decadence EDP 50ml RRP $150, Stockist: 1800 812 663

  

The Rose Golden Luxury Set from Zoeva is a divine collection of 8 makeup brushes for the face and eyes. Each stunning brush features a gorgeous, on-trend rose gold ferrule in a sturdy matte handle. The brushes are also crafted with high quality bristle fibres that ensure precise product placement and excellent coverage. 

Zoeva Rose Gold Brush Set

Zoeva Rose Gold Brush Set RRP $126

 

Softly shaded, seriously opaque and knockout gorgeous, the O.P.I. Softshades Pastels Mini-Pack pastels are demure with a bit of an edge, and super chic. Featuring diminutive servings of: It’s in the Cloud, This Cost Me a Mint, Stop it I’m Blushing! and It’s a Boy!

O.P.I. Softshades Pastels Mini-Pack RRP $24.95. Available exclusively from select salons, MYER and David Jones. Stockist: 1800 812 663

 

With a majestic blend of Black Tea, Bergamot and zesty Cardamom, the Glasshouse High Tea Triple Scented Candle candle is in collaboration with the McGrath Foundation and 5% of the sale of every candle will be directed to the McGrath foundation to support McGrath breast care nurses nationwide.

Glasshouse High Tea Triple Scented Candle RRP $44.95

 

The MOR Sugar Rose Bliss contains a Triple-Milled Soap Bar and vitamin enriched Hand Cream in the sweet floral scent of Sugar Rose. A subtle blend of soft sugary Rose meddles with exotic Tiger Lily and notes of ripe Tropical Fruits.

Sugar Rose Bliss RRP $19.95

 

The O Cosmetics Mineral Pro SPF 30+ daily tinted moisturiser provides broad spectrum UVA & UVB protection. This lightweight, fast absorbing formula dries to a sheer finish and contains antioxidant, resveratrol, a skin conditioning peptide, and a delicious vanilla fragrance. The broad spectrum SPF 30+ protection may assist to prevent solar keratoses and sunspots, and reduce the risk of some skin cancers.

O Cosmetics Mineral Pro SPF 30+ Sheer Tint RRP $47.00

 

The Jurlique Face Care Ritual set contains Rosewater Balancing Mist, Rose Moisture Plus Moisturising Cream Mask and Skin Balancing Face Oil, to leave skin feeling soft, hydrated and radiant.

Jurlique Face Care Ritual RRP $130

 

As warm and inviting as a hug, the Circa Home Honeyflower and Sandalwood Diffuser has a creamy blend of Honeyflower and Sandalwood, cooled by fresh Cucumber and Vanilla.
Circa Home Honeyflower and Sandalwood Diffuser RRP $42.95 Available at David Jones, Bed Bath 'N' Table, selected boutiques and online at circahome.com.au.



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