Saturday, January 28, 2012

Krigler New York City Fragrances!

The Belles are pleased to introduce to you: Krigler New York City Perfumes! Krigler is a — a historically iconic perfume house, that started in 1904.  Albert Krigler creates unique luxury fragrances made with the finest ingredients from around the world.

We love Krigler fragrances so much because they are expertly blended to complement, not overpower the wearer. They are hand-made with the most exquisite natural ingredients. If you are in New York be sure to visit their location at the Plaza Hotel. They have been there since 1931 and that tells me they are doing something very very right! Head on in and work with Krigler's master in-house perfumers to create your own signature fragrance or scented candle! Talk about a one of a kind fragrance! And what a perfect gift!
Krigler also offers new additions to their custom and classic fragrances, including sweet-smelling moisturizers, body lotions, scrubs, cleansing milks, massage oils, shower gels and scented candles burning from 40 up to 800 hours. With enticing scents like mimosa, jasmine, peach, rose, fir, and Champagne, inspired by various far-flung travel destinations, here are some of our favorite Krigler Products:

LIEBER GUSTAV: Beautiful essence of the wild and lavish world of 1910's Berlin. The fragrance stuns with its panache and intrigues with its sensuality. With its Leather notes, Black tea and Lavender. A rich and woody scent with sensual and misterious notes.

MEDITERRANEAN PEACH: The purest incarnation of the unexpected fragrance, now takes on a sparkling sweetness. The unexpected floral bursts with a lightness and zest as notes of peach and dew fruit are highlighted and energized with blackcurrant's leaves.
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I received a sample of this product to review. I was in no other way compensated for my honest review. All thoughts and ideas expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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