Napoleon Perdis Expands His Offerings at Target
NP Set, the travel-inspired makeup collection by Napoleon Perdis, is going places. October 2010 will see the release of NP Set Bath & Body, a luxurious line of products that takes jet-set pampering to a new level. Exclusive to Target, NP Set Bath & Body boasts nourishing essential oils, dreamy scents and indulgent formulations in a collection that includes body wash, moisturizer, body polish, fragrant spritz and bath salts in four intoxicating scents, all at highly accessible prices.
Each of the three scents is inspired by an exotic destination. “I’ve bottled up some of my most beloved fragrances, like zesty orange and sensual jasmine, in this gorgeous new bath line,” says Napoleon Perdis. “It’s also a natural collection in that it uses essential oils to heal the spirit and revive the senses.” The sizes of the products are extremely generous and very affordable, with everything priced under $15.
NP Set Bath & Body continues in the natural tradition of the original makeup line by highlighting beneficial ingredients and featuring formulations that are free of parabens, sodium laurel sulfate and synthetic dyes, and are also 98% phthalate-free. NP Set Bath & Body is not tested on animals, and is presented in recycled plastic bottles.
There’s a scent for every preference. Perdis combed the globe for captivating cues that are mirrored in the packaging, which depicts whimsical scenes of destinations from the Far East to North Africa. Vanillaholics will relish the scent of Tahitian Vanilla, while orange lovers will invariably gravitate toward Moroccan Citrus. For those who prefer an injection of sweet florals, Jaipur Jasmine fits the bill.
THREE ESCAPIST SCENTS
Vanilla oil is the key ingredient in Tahitian Vanilla, a sultry, tropical wonder. The ingredient is prized for its sensual aroma and tranquil associations. The creamy scent envelops the body, while the oil helps nourish and protect dry skin.
Sweet orange oil is at the heart of Moroccan Citrus, inspired by a garden setting in Marrakesh. Extracted from orange peel, the essential oil is regarded as an antibacterial agent and cleansing tool. It assists with muscle relaxation, helps to eliminate toxins and eases tension with its deliciously tangy scent.
Jasmine oil enlivens Jaipur Jasmine, its delicate beauty evocative of a glamorous Indian odyssey. Derived from the flowers of the jasmine shrub, it has astringent, anti-depressant and antibacterial qualities. Indians have long embraced jasmine oil for its medicinal purposes.
NP Set Body Wash ($14.99): Boosted with coconut oil and glycerin, this indulgent liquid soap effectively cleanses and hydrates without drying the skin. The formula revitalizes the senses with its aromatic sweetness and luxurious lather. Ideal for everyday use.
NP Set Bath Salts ($14.99): Take a decadent bath composed of sea salt and natural oils. These sumptuous bath salts will leave you feeling clean, calm and superbly rejuvenated. Add a tablespoon to a hot bath. Bath Salts also contain macadamia oil, olive oil, sea weed extract and sea salt.
NP Set Body Polish ($13.99): This invigorating scrub uses walnut shell to gently slough away dead cells, and aloe vera to moisturize. Skin is left radiant and glowing.
NP Set Body Lotion ($14.99): A rich yet non-oily moisturizer that melts into the skin, leaving it dewy, smooth and lightly fragranced.
NP Set Body Spray ($11.99): Spritz on seduction with this lightweight body spray. A nourishing blend of lotus leaf and skin-boosting vitamins creates a luminous glow. Also contains chamomile, panthenol, and vitamins A, C and E.
NP Set Travel Pack ($14.99 each): Mini, portable pairings of Jaipur Jasmine or Tahitian Vanilla Body Wash (2oz) and Body Lotion (2oz) plus a loofah in a self-contained, TSA-approved kit.
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