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?25 of Jo Malone Red Roses Goes To Cancer Research

10th Jul 2015

Jo Malone fans rejoice! Throughout the month of October, your favourite fragrance brand will be donating €25 of every Irish sale on their 100ml Red Roses cologne to The Cancer Research Trust.

The Cancer Research Trust is an international organisation that aims to make a significant contribution to the cures for various cancers across the world.


Newcomers to the signature scent can look forward to ‘a voluptuous blend of seven of the world’s most exquisite roses. With crushed violet leaves and a hint of lemon, it unfolds like a bouquet of freshly cut flowers.’

The 100ml bottle of Red Roses retails in Ireland at €105.

Smell good and do your bit for cancer research while you’re at it; what’s not to love?