Alula - Eau de Parfum

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Alula - Eau de Parfum
A new scent for those seeking serenity and sanctuary. Ah, Penhaligon’s AlUla. The vanilla winds ... Learn more

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    A new scent for those seeking serenity and sanctuary. Ah, Penhaligon’s AlUla.
    The vanilla winds whisper like A-lU-la-by.
    Born of sand and drenched in sky, and oasis appeared before us. A story of date palms swaying in a harvest wind, bringing with it the scent of citrus and fig. Plum and spice. Incense and saffron.
    A history steeped in spice markets and spirituality. Tales of creativity and community spun into a cultural tapestry.
    Sanctuary at last.

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A new scent for those seeking serenity and sanctuary. Ah, Penhaligon’s AlUla.
The vanilla winds whisper like A-lU-la-by.
Born of sand and drenched in sky, and oasis appeared before us. A story of date palms swaying in a harvest wind, bringing with it the scent of citrus and fig. Plum and spice. Incense and saffron.
A history steeped in spice markets and spirituality. Tales of creativity and community spun into a cultural tapestry.
Sanctuary at last.

Spritz a light mist of fragrance on your pulse points. Do not spray onto clothing as the essential oils can cause garment discolouration or stains. Do not spray near the eyes, cracked skin or open wounds as this could cause irritation.

ALCOHOL DENAT., PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), AQUA (WATER), LIMONENE, BUTYL METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE, LINALOOL, COUMARIN, ALCOHOL, TRIS(TETRAMETHYLHYDROXYPIPERIDINOL) CITRATE, EUGENOL, CITRONELLOL, GERANIOL, CINNAMAL, CI 60730 (EXT. VIOLET 2), CI 17200 (RED 33), CI 19140 (YELLOW 5), CI 42090 (BLUE 1).

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Penhaligon’s is perhaps the world’s most esteemed fragrance house, with a rich heritage interlaced with British history, aristocracy and culture. Since 1870, the fine perfumers have been entertaining the world’s nostrils with a dose of Britishness and dazzling scents, and they do not intend on stopping.​