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Lady Primrose Tryst Body Cream Jar w/Engravable Lid 5oz.

Regular price $84.00
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Lady Primrose Tryst Body Cream Jar w/Engravable Lid 5oz.

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An absolute treasure!

Tryst Body Cream is luxuriously presented in our iconic Lady Primrose glass body cream jar! Unique to Lady Primrose, this elegant Victorian-era-inspired glass jar features a beautiful engravable silver lid cast from replicas of Victorian antiquities.

  • Body cream infused with our Tryst scent, pearly white hue
  • Glides on softy and luxuriously, special creamy formula is unlike any other
  • Good for all skin types | Locks in moisture | Use day and night for best results
  • Vitamins C & E, peptides increase collagen levels, brightens and replenishes skin
  • Silver lids are nickel-plated and tarnish-free which means they'll last forever!
  • Repurpose jar when empty for your own special treasures or collectibles!
  • 5 ounces | 3 x 3.25" | glass. A beautiful keepsake!

Tryst, Lady Primrose's premiere fragrance, sparkles with a radiantly sophisticated and glamorous blend of white tea, white lily, chamomile with intense green florals, jasmine, and fleur d'orangery notes.

Tryst is the first fragrance that launched Lady Primrose. Created and inspired by archival recipes dating back to 1677, Tryst is one of our most coveted fragrances. Radiant, sophisticated, and glamorous.

Lady Primrose is celebrating more than 30 years providing fragrant luxuries to our clients and customers around the world. First commissioned by the famed Lanesborough Hotel in London to create products exclusively for their distinguished clientele, our signature scents, Tryst and Royal Extract, then launched Lady Primrose! Tryst and Royal Extract fragrances were developed from archival recipes that date back to 1677. So the legacy of luxury continues today.

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