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DURU Lemon Cologne Spray 150ml

Duru colognes offer long-lasting and fresh fragrances that rejuvenate your skin. It cools down with fresh scents of lemon, tangerine or ocean essences. Its permanent smell attracts you from the first use. The product in the economically priced bin can be transferred to the desired bottle with the help of a funnel. Colognes have been loved by people for centuries and have been used for hygienic and fragrant purposes. They are comforting and refreshing fragrances that are used with love today as in the past. Produced at 80 degrees, Duru cologne is presented to you with Evyap quality in its canister packaging. The brand pays attention to the efficient use of natural resources. You can use Duru colognes anywhere you want in your car, office or home.
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