Contest: L’Occitane en Provence & it’s True Story

My dear readers … Get the chance to win KD40 worth of products of your choice

There will be 2 winners ,,, only from Kuwait & will be chosen by rendom.org

Here’s the contest

With its roots in Provence. L’Occitane shares the colours, scents and traditions of the south of France with the world.

Every Product and each Range has a story behind it. Do you know what was L’Occitane inspiration of their Holiday collection this year.

    Watch the video and share your thoughts, the two closest answers to the TRUE story of L’Occiatne marvelous flowers & Magical leaves collection will win a 40 KD worth of products of their choice from L’Occitane.

P.S. Answers can be easily found online *wink*

You have til tomorrow midnight … 17th of Dec 23:59pm

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9 thoughts on “Contest: L’Occitane en Provence & it’s True Story

  1. noor

    Magical flowers

  2. The Fragrance Merchant lodges his magic wand into the trunk of the olive tree with sparkling leaves. Within moments, the tree is covered with young green shoots, releasing the scents of verbena and hazel. Soon the branches are enveloped in garlands of fragrant pink flowers. Marvelous Flowers and Magical Leaves is the inspiration behind the collection.

  3. AIW

    The inspiration for L’Occitane’s holiday gifts is Confiserie Florian

  4. zahra

    I believe it’s magic

  5. Mariam Mohamed Omar

    Magical flowers & green leaves

  6. Riya

    A small boy was returning from his school from the top of the hill. There he noticed a voice calling him. He followed the sound and reached the foot of the thousand year old olive tree. Suddenly, his school bag slips out of his hand and gently lodges in the trunk of the Old Olive Tree. All of a sudden he noticed all the trees around him are becoming covered with an abundance of young green shoots and garlands of pink flowers with beautiful fragrance covering the air around him. He returned home and told the story of Marvelous Pink Flowers and Magical Green Leaves to his friends.

  7. AbSa

    beautiful video
    i love how the magicians wand blossoms beauty products first , wonder if hes married and want to make his wife happy first and then care about trees around ;P

    In Provence, the mythical Fragrance Merchant is known as a magician of sorts thanks to his wondrous fragrance creations. L’Occiatne legend takes place in December, on a cold winter’s night, when the Fragrance merchant joins his peers for the winter solstice celebrations. Their meeting point is on the edge of the forest, and the young man is the first to arrive.

    Suddenly, his eyes are drawn to a ray of light and he steps into the thick undergrowth of the forest to find where it comes from. Little does he realize that with every step he takes, a trail of spring flowers blossoms in his wake. The dead leaves begin to turn green and nature starts to breathe life again. Suddenly, he spots a wild, thousand-year-old olive tree bathed in light midst the oak trees.

    The Fragrance merchant reaches for a gilded wooden wand lying at the foot of the tree but as he grasps it, the wand slips out of his hands and lodges into the trunk of the tree. Within moments, the tree is covered with young green shoots, releasing the scents of Verbena and Hazel. Soon the branches are enveloped in garlands of fragrant pink flowers. The legend of the perfumed forest spreads to the four corners of the world, telling folk everywhere of two new fragrant accords: Marvellous Flowers and Magical Leaves.

  8. rawan

    Magical place or garden

  9. asmaa

    Green leaves & pink flowers

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