“ Brand: Lenor / Type: Fabric Conditioner / Category: Laundry „
I could never do a load of washing without adding a good quality fabric conditioner to the dispenser drawer. I have used so many different types of fabric conditioners but always seem to gravitate back to Lenor. I use Tesco's own brand if I am watching the pennies, and this is also good, but out of all of them, I think Lenor is probably my favourite. There are few fragrances in the Lenor range I don't like, but one of the ones I have underneath my kitchen cupboard at this very moment is their infusions breath of fresh air.
This 1.6litre bottle usually retails at £3.35 but I picked up a few bottles whilst Tesco had them on offer for only £2 a bottle. Fantastic value and an offer I couldn't resist as I have used breath of fresh air before and really loved it.
The bottle is quite large, which can mean that dispensing it straight into the washing machine can be problematic if you don't have a steady had. I know I'm only supposed to use a capful, but I always splash in a little bit extra. I use this fabric conditioner on all of my laundry, from cool washes and delicates, right up to bedding and towels on hotter washes.
The liquid claims to last up to seven times longer than standard fabric conditioner and I must admit, I really do think it lives up to its claims. I can smell this gorgeous fragrance on my laundry for weeks after I have used it. The smell is really rather strong when I first remove the cap. It's a wonderful mixture of all sorts of floral fragrances including violet, geranium, ylang ylang and roses. It's not overpowering or sickly, however, as it also has a sort of rich spiciness to the background of this floral bouquet, and the overall fragrance is really surprisingly fresh though rich at the same time.
One capful will do a whole load of washing and afterwards my clothes not only smell gorgeous, but they feel soft and less rough. I think this works particularly well on towels as it really seems to fluff them up and there is nothing nicer than using a clean fresh towel when you step out of the bath or shower, after it's been washed in this fabric conditioner.
It may be slightly more expensive than the 'normal' Lenor, but I really do feel it's money well spent. I love this fragrance and recommend it as it's a high quality product which is great value for money.
Give your washing a breath of fresh air by treating it to Lenor infusions breath of fresh air fabric softener. I love using fabric softener in my wash, I think my clothes come out much softer, are easier to iron and smell amazingly fresh so it's something I will always use.
Recently, I have been using Lenor breath of fresh air in my wash and I absolutely love the freshness I get. In fact, this fabric softener promises to give you 7x longer lasting freshness v Lenor Pure Care.
This fabric softener is inspired by the great outdoors and promises to bring your mood to life.
The scent of Lenor Breath of fresh air is described as, "Blending violet with a floral bouquet of rose, ylang ylang and geranium as well as a hint of exotic spices which exudes a crisp, sparkling freshness."
I like the smell of the fabric softener. It smells quite floral to me and has quite a warm intoxicating smell to it. After I have hung up my wet washing you can really smell this fragrance radiating from the clothes and it does keep them nice and fresh and clean.
The fabric softener is easy to use. It comes in a large bottle with a screw cap lid and you can either pour the measured amount of liquid into this lid or like me you can just guesstimate it and pour it straight into the machine. A 1.16 litre bottle is said to gives you 34 washes although i find if you do half washes you can get a few more washes out of this sized bottle. The fabric softener costs just £3.35 and is a Lenor variety I definitely recommend.
I always add fabric conditioner to my wash but I usually buy whatever is cheapest or on offer when I do my shop. For quite a while I have used the white, pure, 'Baby friendly' versions but as my son is a bit older now I feel more confident using fragranced conditioners. I like my clothes, towels and sheets to smell fresh and a nicely fragranced conditioner is the best way to achieve this.
Recently, this Lenor Infusions Breath of Fresh Air conditioner was on offer in Tesco for £2 for a 1.16L bottle (usually this retails at £3.35). The bottle is a blue, clear plastic with a silver screw cap which doubles up as a measuring cup for the fabric conditioner so you can add the correct amount to your wash. Inside the bottle is a thick, creamy conditioner which is a pale blue in colour.
The conditioner is said to uplift you with 'the scents of the great outdoors'. It contains violet, rose, ylang ylang, geranium and exotic spices. It is said to give 'heavenly' softness and the scent to last seven times longer in storage. It releases it's aromas upon touch so you can get a waft of the scent throughout the day when wearing clothes washed with this.
As soon as I opened the bottle I could smell the lovely fresh fragrance which is very floral. It reminded me of the summer and in that sense, was instantly uplifting (especially when used in the middle of a particularly cold spell!). I could also instantly smell this on my clothes when I unloaded the washing machine - although the smell was somewhat less intense. When putting my clothes away after drying, the smell was still there too - very delicate and subtle but still very fresh. I also found that the smell lasted well on towels and sheets, that I store in my airing cupboard for a week or so before using. When wearing my clothes washed in this, not only were they soft but they let off bursts of the scent throughout the day - meaning my clothes felt really fresh and clean.
A bottle of this is said to last 34 washes, which I found to be about right - although I did perhaps get a few fewer washes from it but I am overly generous with the amount I use I think. On offer, this is pretty decent value. At full price, I think it is still quite good value as it is obviously of very high quality. Overall, this is a great fabric conditioner with a lovely fragrance. It leaves my clothes soft and smelling fresh - with a scent that lasts a long time.
A couple of months ago I had a voucher for £1 off the Lenor Infusions range and the large bottle was already on offer at £2 in Tesco so I decided it was decent value and bought myself a bottle.
There are a number of different fragrances in the range and this is about the 4th I have tried and I think they are all lovely, simply because of the price I usually buy the 85 wash bottles of conditioner rather than this. The bottles cost around £2.25 for the 21 wash bottle and £3.37 for the 33 wash bottle which was what I got for £1.
The bottles are very brightly coloured plastic in this range and this one is bright blue in colour which makes it stand out and very easy to spot in my cupboard. The cap on the bottle is a screw top and grey in colour, the top is also used for dosing the machine. The bottle states that the product provides 7 times longer lasting fragrance.
Lenor is supposed to provide a release of uplifting aromas in every touch, revitalising your sense with a crisp and sparkling freshness. I wouldn't go as far as saying I agree with this 100% but would say I do often find that I can smell the product when I am wearing my clothing and do keep smelling it throughout the day.
To use the product you simply pour it into the cap of the bottle, the product is concentrated so you don't need to use much and I actually only fill the cap 3/4 s full and find that this is plenty. The product is blue in colour and is pretty thin so you need to make sure you are not heavy handed when you are pouring it.
The liquid smells lovely, very refreshing and smells like a windy spring day to me. I find that I can smell the product as soon as I open my washer door to empty it and the clothing drying around the living room scent the room too which is lovely. I think this products leaves my clothes lovely and soft and smelling great and the smell does last for ages. When I open my airing cupboard for towels or bedding I can smell the product which is lovely as I think everyone will agree the feeling of just washed bedding is simply the best.
This is a review of Lenor Infusions Breath Of Fresh Air. This actually makes me chuckle a bit because you can tell when my husband has made the purchasing decision regarding conditioner for laundry. I always pick the pink and girly or white baby versions and he goes for the manly blue stuff! I quite like having a change though as I think you get used to the smell of the same stuff and stop noticing it so much. I often have a couple of bottles on the go for this reason.
We are coming to the end of Lenor Infusions Breath Of Fresh Air and it's been a really long lasting bottle, as it is concentrated you only use a small cap full with each wash so the compact bottle lasts literally weeks.
Lenor Breath of Fresh Air gradually releases uplifting aromas with every touch, revitalizing your senses with a crisp and sparkling freshness.
The bottle is 1.16L and the label states this does 33 washes which is plenty. The bottle is blue with a silver plastic lid which also measures out the liquid. The liquid pours out quite runny but not messily so and I measure out a capful into the right compartment of the laundry drawer. The clothes come out smelling fresh and clean and I think the title of this product is just right.
The supermarkets are quite consistent price wise at the moment with this product costing £2.25 which I think is OK for the amount of washes it does.
I always use a fabric conditioner with the laundry as I think it makes the clothes smell nice and fresh. This product promises you will smell the fragrance on your clothes for a week which is good if you are not wearing them straight away. I have been really happy with the performance of this fabric conditioner. I especially like my bedding to smell nice when I make a new bed and this product is new and improved as it says the freshness stays in the clothes for seven times longer. I will definitely try some more from the Lenor infusions range although I really like this one (despite it being a manly blue!!) so will buy this one again in the future too.
I like Lenor brand of fabric conditioners and I find they are often on offer and a good price to buy when on offer. There are lots of different fragrances and they all smell really nice. I have bought this one many times and find it is becoming a real favourite.
It comes housed in a plastic bottle and it has a screw off top, the top can be doubled up as a measuring cup. The conditioner is a pale blue colour and it has a really nice perfume smell and that is all I can detect with this one. It is a strong perfume smell too.
It isn't a runny consistency but it isn't a very rich one like some other conditioners. It is a smooth texture and doesn't drip from the bottle while pouring it into the cap. Just a cap full in each load is enough to soften my clothes and bedding. It softens woollens well too and I have a wooly hat which I wear for when I go fishing and it feels soft on my head.
It softens the clothes really well and I find it is really good for softening my towels and they are nice and fluffy. This one works very well indeed to soften the clothes of my grandchildren. They leave clothes at my home which need to be washed and this conditioner works well to give their clothes the softness I require.
It also leaves the clothes smelling lovely and soft after they have dried. My bedding smells lovely when I get into bed at night. My sheets, pillowcases and duvet covers smell brilliant when I have used it.
I can smell it on my clothes a long time after washing my clothes, it shows the quality of this one and how well it leaves the clothes smelling really nice. I have used it to condition any items and it always leaves them smelling of perfume. I don't mind my clothes smelling of perfume and so this one is suitable for males too.
For a 1.2 litre bottle I paid £2, I bought it much cheaper when on offer and for the cost of this one I think it is really good value for money and a good price. This size bottle can condition up to 34 wash loads, quite a lot of loads. It is 7 times longer lasting freshness for clothing etc.
This one hasn't caused any irritations for my skin or that of my grandchildren. My grandchildren have much more delicate skin than I have and it is suitable for them. I wouldn't use it to condition their clothes if it wasn't.
I use it for hand soaking too for conditioning delicate fabrics and a little in the bowl with a little warm water softens them and it is easy to rinse when used this way.
This one is a very good buy and I recommend it for people to try because it is a really nice fragrance and I will continue to buy it.
A recyclable bottle too.
I rate it 5 stars.
Lenor Infusions Fabric Conditioner usually retails at around £2.30 or more for a 750ml plastic bottle, depending on where you do your shopping. This caught our eye initially because of the lovely very deep shade of blue colour of the bottle and the word 'infusions' which makes it sound like you are buying a fabric conditioner which is just a little bit extra special. We bough this when it was on offer in Tesco at £1 off per bottle which I personally think was a fantastic bargain, unfortunately though I haven't seen such a good offer on this brand since so I wish I had bought up some more.
As soon as you take the top off this bottle you are immediately hit by the lovely warm fresh and outdoors smell of the fabric conditioner. It smells very intense and very rich and you just know you are going to have lovely smelling clothes after you have rinsed them in this.
It is very concentrated and the top doubles up as a measuing device which I always think is a brilliant idea - I remember when I used to have to buy the measuring devices eperately. You really do not need to use any more than the recommended dosage and one 750ml bottle will allow you to have at least twenty one good washes. After the clothes have been washed and dried you will notice that the smell lasts and lasts for ages afterwards and will not fade at all like some cheaper brands can do. It also leaves your clothes feeling very soft, and towels in particular will feel soft and fluffy and like new again and they feel lovely on your skin after a nice hot bath or shower.
The conditioner is very kind to the skin and will not irritate at all and I can personally vouch for this. I think this is really lovely fabric conditioner and I would certianly recommend it to anyone, especially good if you manage to get it on special offer. (And good luck with this as it is so poular it is rarely on offer where I live).
If you use this conditioner I am positive you will not be disappointed. It is rich and intense in its aroma and the way it leaves your clothes feeling is truly luxurious. Treat yourself.
Recommended by us all in our family.
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When it comes to fabric softener I'm not brand loyal, my choice of softener depends on special offers or if there are not any offers it depends on colour. I recently bought a 1.2 litre bottle of Lenor Infusions from my local Tesco where it is half price at £1.46. The only variety they had was A Breath Of Fresh Air. I gave it a quick sniff in the shop and popped it in my trolley.
Lenor breath of fresh air is sold in a plastic blue coloured bottle with a silver screw top lid which doubles up as a measure for the liquid. There is a little pink circle on the front of the bottle stating that Lenor has "A new thicker formula" although to be perfectly honest it didn't look much different to me. The plastic label going around the bottle is also blue and has Lenor written in silver across the front along with a pretty band of pink and white flowers. The label also informs the customer that this bottle of Lenor Infusions will do 34 washes and provide 7 x longer freshness in storage.
The back of the bottle states that this particular Lenor will provide "Heavenly Softness" it will also "release uplifting aromas with every touch". Sounds good, we all need a bit of an uplift at times.
One side of the label give instructions for use, I personally find 1 capful will provide enough softener for one load. There a few standard warnings too, such as keep away from children and avoid contact with your eyes, just common sense really. The other side provides a list of ingredients for those who like to check them.
The actual liquid is a pale blue colour and in the bottle has a strong floral soapy fragrance and although I had smelt it quickly in the store once home it seemed to smell much stronger, a bit too strong if I'm honest.
I used the Lenor the same day and hoped that the smell would fade in water. When I took my laundry from the machine it still had quite a strong smell which was now more soapy than floral. As I don't have a tumble drier its either the washing line or hung on a clothes drier indoors. This particular day the washing was dried outside. When I got it in I was pleased with the way it felt, everything was soft to touch particularly the towels, the smell was still quite strong though and whilst I like strong fragrances this was a bit too soapy for me.
I have used this Lenor several times now drying washing both inside and out and while I'm happy with the softness of my washing the smell is just too soapy for me. Lenor state this has a 7x longer freshness and although I wouldn't know this exactly it certainly retains its scent. Towels I have washed a week previously still smell when I get them out of the cupboard as does the bed linen. The other promise of "uplifting aroma with every touch" is also correct. The smell from clothing does periodically waft around as you move.
I do tend to be a bit sensitive to certain products but have had no problems with this particular Lenor.
I have no real problem with Lenor Infusions in general, it does exactly as it promises, I just don't really like this particular smell, its too strong and far too soapy for me. I will buy Infusions again just not this one.
For a long time I only ever used own brand fabric conditioners. I then swapped to Comfort as I found it was often on special offer and it seemed to perform better than cheaper options. I had never tried Lenor but when I spotted it in Wilkinson's on special offer at just £1, despite the fact I had a cupboard fully stocked with Comfort, I thought I'd get one to try. That was about four months ago, and having finally got through all my bottles of Comfort, I have started to use this.
I bought the Breath of Fresh Air variety, although I don't remember why I chose this over other varieties available, as it was such a long time ago! The liquid is concentrated as the majority of fabric conditioners are these days, and this one promises that the freshness it will give, will last four times longer than previous varieties of Lenor.
The product comes in a blue bottle with a slightly metallic finish to it, and a grey cap, which doubles as a measuring device. The bottle is a squarish shape and quite flat, and I find that it takes up less room in the cupboard than Comfort does, which is a plus point for me, as I am pushed for space at times.
This is used like any other fabric conditioner - by pouring a small amount into the softener compartment of your washing machines drawer. There are guidelines on the bottle for how much should be used per wash - from 2/3 cap to 1 cap depending on how soft you want your washing to be. You can also use this for hand washing should you wish, but I've never tried that as I avoid hand washing like the plague!
The smell of this product is really it's biggest selling point for me. As soon as you pour the baby blue liquid into the measuring cap the scent hits you. I don't think it smells of anything specific, it's just a very clean, fresh scent, and simply smells like clean washing to me. Whereas I find that some conditioners now have a very feminine scent to them this one is quite unisex.
I find that when I open the washing machine door after using this, the scent of the fabric softener instantly hit you. It's a lovely clean smell, and if I hang my washing to dry indoors (which I have to do now since someone stole my washing line post!) the smell of the conditioner fragrances the room. Who needs air freshener, eh?!
I do find it leaves my clothes feeling lovely and soft, and I especially like using it on bedding. Fabrics really seem to retain the scent, and it's lovely getting into a bed that's been washed in this, as it just smells so fresh and clean.
Each bottle is 750ml and gives 21 washes, which I feel is quite a generous amount. The usual price is £2.21 but it's currently on special offer at £1.80. I would buy it again if it was on special offer, but the usual price is a little high for me personally.
Overall I'm really impressed with this and it's just as good as the Comfort I usually buy, if not better. It smells lovely and fresh, makes my clothes feel nice too. Definitely recommended by me.
I absolutely love it when my washing smells beautifully fresh, I'm a sucker for laundry products with all sorts of scents and fragrances and I'm willing to try most, including different brands.
One of my favourites at the moment is Lenor concentrate from the Infusions range of Lenor softeners, this particular one is called 'Breath of Fresh Air'.
This particular softener comes in a blue coloured bottle, bright and eyecatching, almost turquoise it's a 750ml bottle, or you can buy larger ones too. It has a silver screw off cap which also acts as the measuring cap for your softener. The sticker along the front is flowery, sparkly and really beautiful, just like the softener itself really. This bottle can provide 21 washes for your clothes too. The bottle proudly boasts that this provides 4 x Longer freshness compared to Lenor classic and Lenor Pure oxygen freshness.
The softener itself is a shimmering blue liquid, which smells absolutely stunning. A truly awakening and magically fresh scent. It really is like breathing in a breath of fresh air. It is slightly floral, extremely fresh and really does smell clean.
The scent is powerful and strong, it excudes cleanliness and that fresh scent stays on your clothes and bedding etc for a good few days before it even begins to wear off. It leaves my clothes and bedding feeling incredibly soft and I adore the scent that's left on my washing afterwards. Theres nothing better than a hot bubbly bath, clean PJ's and a freshly made bed after using this softener, the scent is soothing and refreshing and really does smell beautifully clean. I can't reccomend it enough!
Lenor are a laundry brand producing fabric conditioners to soften and scent our clothes and other laundry items. They are part of the Procter and Gamble company.
*Product and Range*
Lenor Breath of Fresh Air is a fabric concentrate which is part of the Infusions/Touch Effects range. This range is made up of various scents including Ruby Jasmine and Struck by Fuchsia to name two.
The fabric conditioners come in concentrated form so only a small amount is needed to do its job. The conditioners have been infused with perfume micro capsules which blend in with clothes during the wash and release a fresh scent as you wear them. The conditioners are marketed as having 4 x longer freshness compared to the Original Lenor. The concentrates have also been dermatologically tested.
The scent I will be reviewing is Breath of Fresh Air.
Like the other concentrates in the range, the Breath of Fresh Air comes in a small, rectangular with rounded edges plastic bottle. This one is a distinct turquoise, edging on the colour blue and has a plastic lid which doubles up as the measuring cup.
The label around the bottle is a blend of light/dark blue and pretty purple/pink flower images. The Lenor logo and product name/sizecan be found on the front. The directions for use are on one side panel and the ingredients/company contact details are on the other side panel. There is some blurb about the concentrate on the back of the bottle.
The concentrate should me pour directly into your washing machine drawer and never onto the laundry. Using the cup or pouring freestyle in the drawer, the recommended amounts are stated :
For normal loads or normal softness use 35ml
For larger loads or extra softness use 55ml
For handwashing use 18ml per 10l
5-15% Cationic Surfactants , Benzisothiazolinone , Perfumes , Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone , Butylphenyl Methylpropional , Eugenol , Hexyl Cinnamal , Linalool .
*Availability and Price*
Breath of Fresh Air can be bought in 2 sizes.
21washes or 750ml can be bought for around £2.00
42washes or 1.5l can be bought for around £3.40
Both sizes can be bought from supermarkets but the smaller ones are likely to be available in the likes of Wilkos. Look out for special offers!
This is the latest fabric concentrate for my ever growing collection. I personally have about 5 different bottles open at any one time as I change my fragrance to suit my mood. Normally I opt for Comfort but for the past month or so, Lenor Infusions has been on offer in Wilkos at only 98p for a 21wash bottle. I only have a few more to try! I was keen to try this one but they always seem to have sold out of it so I nabbed the last one of the shelves a few days ago and stuck out my tongue to anyone who wanted it..I know..I am childish but when it comes to my laundry..I need it and am prepared to have trolleys at dawn!
The bottle is quite striking and alongside the Black Diamond scent..this really jumps out from the shelf. Despite being a gorgeous blue colour, you can just see the liquid through the bottle if you look close enough. The overall design is perfect and the smallish bottle doesn't take up much room in the already overflowing cupboard!
I wash certain clothes seperate. For example..I have 5 categories. My clothes, my sons, my partners, towels and bedsheets. I have a preferred fragrance for each hence having 5 open bottles! I would say the Breath of Fresh Air fragrance is my preferred for towels but I have used it on the other categories too!
I fill up my machine and use either my powder or liquidtabs. For my sons clothes, I put the machine on at 30, our clothes between 30-40 and the towels/bedsheets between 40-60c. I pour the liquid directly into the drawer as I have a tab in the drawer but I am generous so I probably only get about 18washes from the 21wash bottle. The liquid is a delicate, baby blue colour and has a gorgeous fresh, floral scent which is quite strong. It pours from the bottle effortlessly and I push the button and get on with my day.
Once the laundry is washed, opening the machine door reveals a general fresh scent. My towels in particular are super soft just as I like them. I hang them up over the doors and before long, the scent is wafting around the flat with each closing and opening of the doors. The clothes which have been hung on the clothes horse do not give off as much scent but are equally soft.
Once my laundry has been put away, the fresh scent is still evident. When it comes to using the towels or wearing the clothes, it is then that you discover the perfume micro capsules. Throughout the day, the gorgeous fresh scent seems to get stronger and is simply perfect. There is a very light floral aroma lifting off the laundry but in no way will it overpower any fragrance you may be wearing.
I love the way my clothes smell when wearing them as they make me feel clean and incredibly fresh. The towels when used are still soft and I like to sit about after coming out the bath and just sniff them! The concentrate works very well and even at full price it is certainly worth it. Even though we don't have a garden, the laundry feels like it has been out on the washing line for a good few hours.
I won't hesistate to buy this again. The fresh scent allows this to be suitable for everyone in the family as is delicate on the skin. It is pleasant but not overpowering and the softness is just divine.
I recommend it!
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I have a thing about Fabric Softeners. I am not really brand loyal, and have tried Supermarket own brand ones, which are nice enough as well, but I go between Comfort and Lenor. I have favourites in both brands, but it is when there is a special offer on that I stock up and try new ones.
The 750ml bottles are on offer for £1 at Asda so I have bought a few bottles. I didn't realise when I got home with my 3 bottles that I had 6 bottles in the cupboard, but a product like this will never go wrong anyway and although it is just sitting about taking up space, and surely a £1 offer will be on again in probably anouther month I just buy and buy this product.
This was the first time I had tried this scent. I like that you can just unscrew the lid and sniff before you buy. I liked the smell of this when I first smelt it. It was lovely.
This is in a sort of rectangular shaped plastic bottle. The label is a shiny thin plastic label and is just like what the Dooyoo picture shows. The lid is a large plastic lid and you use this to measure out the dosage you need. On the back of the bottle there is an instruction on how much to use depending on the load of washing. I usually do washing when it is a full load, and this is a full capful.
Based on full capfuls this states that it should give you 21 washes.
The liquid is runny, a light blue and you can smell the scent straight away. Although the scent weakens that little bit when washed and on your clothes, you can still smell the scent. This does smell like fresh air. It is like a early morning breezy scent when it is a nice day but not necessarly a sunny day. It is fresh and clean smelling.
I think this bottle normally costs around the £2 and although I would pay this for it, as it is nice, then I take any offers that are going and well stock up. I will probably get a few more before the offer is off and this is now one of my favourite scents in the Lenor range.
A really nice fresh clean scent for your clothes.
I seem to be writing a load of fabric conditioner reviews lately which just goes to show how many my mom actually buys and therefore how many we use everytime we put a load of washing on. This is the latest brand she came home with for us to use again because of a glowing recommendation from a shop worker - I think she must make these recommendations up as an excuse to buy things LOL. I got around to using this only yesterday morning when my brother spilt his cuppa all over my duvet and I needed to wash it so I stuck that in among a load of other clothes and waited to see whether or not this would be any good.
This product comes in a bright blue 1.5 litre bottle with a silver cap. The directions of how to use and how much to use are all on the bottle along with ingredients and an address to write to should you have any problems with this product.When it comes to using this I tend to pour the liquid into the cap and then into the washing machine draw but I know some people pour it straight onto the clothes - I doubt it matters how you do it to be honest. The bottle recommends using only one cap per wash and I reckon that is more than enough in some cases - apparantly if you use it like that you will get 42 washes out of each bottle so thats pretty great value for money.
You know in summer when the sun is shining and you can smell someones freshly washed washing drying on the line? That is how this product smells and it is gorgeous in my opinion. It smells really floral and fresh and the scent lasts for ages on your clothes - and as Ive mentioned Im a smoker so scents never last to long on my clothes but using this my bedsheets and my clothes both smell amazing and hopefully the smell will last for as long as possible! I definately think this is a scent that everyone will like and going on the fragrance alone I cannot recommend this product highly enough.
Im going to give this product full marks because everything about it is brilliant. The packaging is proper cute, it smells amazing, the scent lasts for ages & one bottle will last you for months so its hard to see where this product is going wrong. This product comes highly recommended from me - what are you waiting for?
A bottle of this will cost you around £3 from most supermarkets but my mom reckons its always on special offer so keep your eyes peeled for a bargain.
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