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Fresh Hesperides Grapefruit Rollerball Ornament

A portable fragrance that features a medley of intoxicating citruses surrounding a crisp grapefruit accord. Sweet notes of mandarin and lemon mixed with warm musk and rhubarb create a fragrance that is classic, clean, and completely addicting. This convenient rollerball applicator is perfect for travel, midday pick-me-ups, and fragrance layering. It doubles as a festive ornament and makes a super sweet gift for loved ones. Featuring a plethora of warm flowers against a red background with a bright red ribbon, this is the perfect way to add a pop of color to your tree for the holiday season. Notes:Mandarin, Italian Lemon, Grapefruit, Bergamot, Lotus Flower, Transparent Jasmine, Rhubarb, Musk, Peach. Style:Classic. Clean. Addicting.
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Is this refillable?
asked 10 months ago
hanbag
(L.A)
on Hesperides Grapefruit Rollerball Ornament
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answer 1
No, it is not. At least, not easily...
answered 9 months ago
Gwenhwyfar
(Portland, OR)
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