Jean Paul Gaultier – Le Beau Male

Jean Paul Gaultier – Le Beau Male
Le Beau Male gift set by Jean Paul Gaultier
Le Beau Male gift set by Jean Paul Gaultier

The Beau Male by Jean Paul Gaultier is in a special Valentine’s Day limited edition box. Come and discover it on this occasion …

Le Beau Male Box

Buy the Le Beau Male Box by Jean Paul Gaultier inexpensively at your Fragrenza Perfumes online perfumery.

Perfume – Le Beau Male

The Le Beau Male set by Jean Paul Gaultier contains the Le Beau Male Eau de Toilette in a 75ml Spray and as a gift the Le Beau Male Shower Gel in a 75ml tube.

A sexy and magnetic man with a hot body. An Apollo which gives heat and which melts all the girls. Its new fragrance is ultra fresh and ultra sensual.

With its memorable composition and a combination of ingredients, this fragrance offers a unique play of warm and icy notes. The new Le Beau Homme perfume is created to accentuate the erotic potential of each man and stimulate all the senses.

“It’s a scent of freshness that makes men warm,” announces Jean-Paul Gaultier.

Men’s Perfume

Olfactory family: Aromatic – Fresh

Head note: Mint, Absinthe.

Heart note: Lavender, Orange Blossom, Sage.

Base note: Musks.

Find it at the best price at our partner: Le Beau Male – Fragrenza Perfumes as well as all the products of the Jean Paul Gaultier brand .

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