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Soaps

Wash Away the Day

Oh suds! Penhaligon’s new Bath Soaps have arrived. Triple-milled and scented with some of our loyal clientele’s fragrant favourites.

Pools of perfumed pleasure await discerning noses with a new trio of scented delights. Discover The Favourite, Endymion, and Blenheim Bouquet soaps or shop the full collection of Bath & Body wonders.

Relax. Sink In.

Blenheim Bouquet

A quintessentially British fresh scented soap that is gently exfoliating with natural charcoal.

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The Favourite

Her darling smile widens with a golden mimosa of soothing iris and musk.

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Endymion

A triple-milled blend of fresh coffee and suede to wash away the day.

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Soaps

Bubbles of Bliss

 

What greater pleasure is there than sinking into a perfectly perfumed bath? Or if one prefers a vertical morning routine, fear not, Penhaligon’s Bath & Body collection will have you ship shape in a jiffy.

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PEN EMPRESSA MULTIPURPOSE DRY OIL 100ML

Empressa Dry Body Oil

A lusciously scented Dry Body Oil to softly caress the skin with Argan Oil and Vitamin E.

£65

Brilliantly British Tales

 

Step into the wonderful world of British Tales where a myriad of timeless classics await adventurous noses. Take a trip to the Palace with The Favourite or allow Quercus to transport you to a babbling mountain stream, shaded beneath a gnarled English Oak. With over 150 chapters in the Penhaligon’s history book, there’s a myriad of timeless classics to rifle through and delight the senses.   

DISCOVER
BLENHEIM BOUQUET EDT 100ML VA

BLENHEIM BOUQUET

A cocktail of lemon, black pepper and pine, fresh and fragrant as British wit.

£135
THE FAVOURITE EDP 100ML  VA

The Favourite

Mischief-tinged musk: this fragrance wields its own royally charming power.

£175
ENDYMION EDC 100ML REPACK VA

ENDYMION

Bergamot dances off suede and geranium. An eau de cologne for the ages.

£135

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