The new MOR Correspondence Collection is just divine. I love anything with a French feel to it and these triple milled soaps definitely have the vintage Provincial look. MOR says of their range “Unravel and experience a moment of time with the Correspondence Soap Bar Collection. The fragrant evocative Triple-Milled Soaps, each package finished with a unique beeswax seal, are enriched with Shea Butter and Vitamin E, to cleanse the skin and romance the soul.”Only trouble is, the packaging is too pretty to open! I’m sure I will buy some and use the soaps to decorate (and fragrance) my ensuite, the soaps are available in nine different fragrances and $14.95 each.
MOR has also released their first home fragrance collection, aptly named Jardinière. The name sounds as beautiful as the design of the diffuser and candles.
The Diffuser are designed to create the ambiance of a traditional Victorian conservatory. As MOR says “Breathe in the fragrance of bygone times and relax in your own secret garden.” It does sound incredibly luxurious, doesn’t it? The collection consists of three reed diffuser, all with matching candles in Le Bohemeinne, Le Moroc and L’Orangerie. Both the diffuser and candles are $39.95 each.
MOR Cosmetics have a fantastic competition running at the moment. Visit the MOR window display at Myer in Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane, then go to the MOR Cosmetic Facebook Page and tell them in 25 words or less what it is about the MOR window display that makes you want MOR? And you could win $200 worth or MOR products of your choice. Pretty good, yes? Personally, I can’t wait to see the windows. If the display is anything like the MOR packaging then the windows are going to be gorgeous. MOR information about the windows and competition is below.