Ormonde Jayne Osmanthus Soap : New Bodycare Launch

OJ soap set

Ormonde Jayne is launch a new bath soap scented with its popular Osmanthus fragrance. According to the press release, “the soaps are impeccably crafted and hard milled which gives them their fine consistency and lather, ensuring their shape is kept till the end. The uplifting scent of Osmanthus is infused into the soaps to give you a perfect spring day whatever the weather.”

Price of £52 (about $85) includes 2 x 125g soaps (paraben free) and a bone china soap dish. Available directly from Ormonde Jayne.

Also, on Wednesday 30 March at 6pm, Ormonde Jayne perfumer Linda Pilkington will be presenting a special Mother’s Day event at the new Sloane Square boutique on 192 Pavillion Road. The event will be about the making & inspiration behind Osmanthus by Ormonde Jayne and will include a questions & answers. Tickets costs £15 and are redeemable against purchases made on the day and also include a gorgeous Osmanthus goody bag. Call 0207 730 1381 or email [email protected]

Via press release


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  • Dionne: I just got the sampler set for OJ last Friday and I’m gleefully going through it. Osmanthus was yesterday’s perfume, and unfortunately something in it gave me a raging headache. I was checking out reviews of it online, and found yours from 2005. I felt a little better reading that it gave Tania (is that Tania Sanchez of P:TG?) a headache as well. Too bad, because it’s quite lovely.

    Actually, a question about this line. For everything I’ve tried thus far, it goes on quite quietly, and then actually gets louder about an hour in. Is it the Iso E that’s doing that? March 23, 2011 at 12:42pm Reply

  • kjanicki: Don’t you wish you could go? I do love her perfumes. March 23, 2011 at 10:26am Reply

  • Victoria: I really wish I were in London at that time! I have never even been to the boutique, but I hear that it is lovely. March 23, 2011 at 10:30am Reply

  • Victoria: I have not worn it in a while, but I just found my sample and it is just as you say–slow start, but overall a crescendo development. I think that it is a combination of several different very radiant materials (hedione, green notes, fresh floral notes) and that woody note. I love how dazzling and bright the floral accord feels. March 23, 2011 at 12:51pm Reply

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