Roger & Gallet are a French Perfumery House founded in 1862 by merchant Charles Armand Roger and banker Charles Martial Gallet, their products have such a rich history & they are famous for their perfumes and body products. Their Christmas gift collection has something for everyone, I was sent two things from their range which would make lovely gifts.
This gorgeous pink box is the Elegant Soap Coffret* & has four of Roger & Gallet’s iconic round soaps. These round soaps were first made back in 1879. You get four soaps individually wrapped in pleated silk paper, they are very fragrant. This four piece collection includes Bois D’Orange, Rose, Fleur d’Osmanthus and The Vert.Quite a variety of scents.
These would be nice as one gift or because they’re individually wrapped you could break them up and give them as individual gifts, especially if you have quite a few ladies to buy for. Perfect stocking fillers. This set is £19.50.
Now this Eau Sublime Or Bois D’Orange* is gorgeous, utterly perfect for the party season. This is a gorgeous citrus perfume that has a touch of glamour with delicate flecks of gold shimmer. This would be the perfect gift for someone who loves citrus, feminine scents with an extra special touch of glitz. The bottle would look pretty on your dressing table and add a touch of glamour to the party season. The shimmer isn’t over the top, its subtle but beautiful.
This Roger & Gallet Eau Sublime Or Bois d’Orange is £32.00 for 100ml.
Roger & Gallet describe their Christmas Collection as a vibrant invitation to enter the universe of unique fragrance belonging to the Parisian Perfume House founded in 1862.
Roger & Gallet have a beautiful selection of gifts available from Marks & Spenser. I have had a peak and a few of them are currently in the sale. Let me know if you have tried anything from Roget & Gallet or of you have bought anything from their Christmas collection as gifts.
Products that are marked with an * have either been sent to me for my consideration or I’ve received at events. I’m under no obligation to review them on my blog. However if I do, the reviews are 100% my own.