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Pick of the Week: Decleor Nourishing Oil Serum

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If you received gift cards or money for the holidays, here’s something you might want to grab. We LOVE a good serum, especially in the dry Canadian winters, which is why we’re excited about Decleor Aromessence Marjolaine Nourishing Oil Serum.

This serum includes moisturizing essential oils of Myrrh, Lavender and Marjoram, which makes it comforting to your skin and leaves it nice and soft and smooth. Extra moisturizers are pretty essential this time of year, so this oil serum is a great way to give your skin the nourishment it needs.

 

Decleor Aromessence Marjolaine Nourishing Oil Serum is available for $79.50 in-store and online at Hudson’s Bay.

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