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You're Going to Want Every Single Thing in Diptyque's New Valentine's Day Collection
The limited edition candles are intoxicating.
IMAGE COURTESY DIPTYQUE
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Brace yourselves, Diptyque freaks: the cult-favorite French perfumer has just released its 2018 Valentine's Day collection, and well, we're already placing bets on how soon the limited edition items are going to sell out. (We've been told that stores and online retailers in Canada are completely out of stock.)

So why the frenzy over a fancy fragrance? For starters, there's the packaging, which draws inspiration from 18th Century Toile de Jouy fabric. And then, of course, there's the scent. Though the Valentine's Day collection always incorporates rose—last year's was the musky Rosamundi—for 2018, Diptyque's perfumers went for something sweet and citrusy, with notes of rose petal, honey, and lemon zest. The fragrance house has released Limited Edition versions of its traditional Eau Rose Scent as part of the collection as well.

Check out all of the products for yourself below. (If you have your eye on something, we recommend snagging it while you still can.)

Diptyque Rose Delight Mini Candle


Diptyque Rose Delight Scented Oval


Diptyque Rose Delight Candle


Diptyque Eau Rose Eau de Toilette, 3.4 oz.



Diptyque Eau Rose Hand Cream


Diptyque Eau Rose Soap


Diptyque Rose Delight scented drawer liners


Diptyque Eau Rose Solid Perfume


Diptyque's Valentine's Day collection is available at Rustan's The Beauty Source branches nationwide.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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