Clinique Happy in Bloom 2010 by Clinique Perfume for Women

January 14, 2010

As world renown manufacturer of skincare, cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances, Clinique continues to strive towards excellence in fragrances year around! Aromatically flawless, Clinique introduced it’s first best-selling women’s fragrance, Happy, in 1997. Happy featured gentle notes of ruby red grapefruit, bergamot, Hawaiian wedding flower, and spring mimosa. This Spring 2010, Clinique reinvents the meaning of Happy with a new limited edition Happy in Bloom perfume for women! Happy in Bloom celebrates the early awakening of dawn with a colorful array of springtime flowers embedded within each soft spray. Clinique’s Happy in Bloom will remind you of it’s predecessor Happy, this time with an abundance of aquatic notes developed in a lingering heart. Arriving February 2010, Happy in Bloom exceeds all expectations cultivated in the Clinique Happy fragrance line.

Looking for Clinique Happy? You can find it HERE as well as the entire Clinique Happy line for men and women at www.UltraFragrances.com everyday!

Ultra Fragrances.com has over 12,000 designer fragrances for men and women up to 80% off everyday! We are your one stop shop for designer beauty, hair, and skin care products fit for any occasion! Remember, at UltraFragrances.com you get FREE SAMPLES with every purchase and FREE SHIPPING with orders over $80! Visit often for exclusive offers and contest details for your chance to WIN BIG and SAVE! Got Facebook? How about Twitter? Did you know UltraFragrances.com fans receive special coupon codes and hot deals on this years fragrances including upcoming launches for 2010? – Add us below! Visit Ultra Fragrances.com today; where luxury meets affordability!


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