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Diptyque Do Son Body Lotion -- 6.8 oz.

Prolong the pleasure with a delicately scented oil-free body lotion. Enriched with macadamia oil, milk and sweet almond oil, Do Son Body Lotion leaves a silky, velvety, intoxicating veil on the skin. Do Son recalls mysterious tuberose amid berries and flowers. It has a fresh sweetness, like a sea breeze in a pagoda on the banks of the Tonkin Gulf.

  • Delicately scented oil-free body lotion
  • Do Son is in Diptyque’s Floral Family
  • Leaves a silky, velvety, intoxicating veil on the skin

Especially Suited For: Men and women

Essential Elements: Do Son Body Lotion comes in a 6.8-oz. bottle.

For Best Effect: Apply all over skin after bathing.

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Diptyque Do Son Body Lotion-6.8 oz.

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By Ira

from Mexico City

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  • Absorbs Quickly
  • Goes On Smoothly
  • Long Lasting
  • Moisturizes Well
  • Not Greasy
  • Smells Great


    Best Uses

    • After Shower/Bath

    Comments about Do Son Body Lotion:

    If I had it anywhere, I would wear it everyday!!

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