Following our noses to a brighter future, Penhaligon’s launches the Re-Use & Make New In-Store Service. Simply bring your empty bottle with you and receive 20% off refills when you sign up to the newsletter.

Stroll on down to Regent Street, Covent Garden Wellington Street, Bluewater, Liverpool or Glasgow Boutique and be greeted by a white-gloved service from one’s very own fragrance aficionados.

Refills available in selected 75ml and 100ml scents.


Step 1.

Penhaligon’s Re-Use & Make New Service launches in five stores, visit the Liverpool, Bluewater, Covent Garden Wellington Street, Glasgow or Regent Street Boutique and bring your empty bottle with you.

Step 2.

Pass your empty bottle on to a fragrance aficionado at the refill station and we’ll refill it for you

Step 3.

Walk away feeling pleased with yourself for sparing your bottle and the planet. Well done you.


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Purchasing from Penhaligon's affords you a plethora of other perks, too. Allow us to name but a few.

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