PS.Cafe unveils PS. Fine Soaps Urban Edition to awaken your senses

If you’ve always wondered how it’d be to smell like a freshly baked meal with hints of spearmint and cardamom filling the air, here’s your chance. Homegrown brand, PS.Cafe, has launched a limited-edition range of PS. Fine Soaps Urban Edition. What’s that, you wonder? Well, I’m here to walk you through it.

The PS. Fine Soaps Urban Edition will feature a minimalistic new look with a monochrome colour scheme with a hand-sprayed label on each bottle. With the hectic nature of urban life—where we are constantly on the go with work and people—the urban edition range invites consumers to take a much-needed moment for themselves to appreciate the now.

Ps. Fine Soaps Urban Edition (set Of Three)

Combining carefully selected botanical extracts including pure aloe and the anti-bacterial properties of Japanese Camellia sinensis, the limited-edition urban range is created with the intention to uplift, comfort and inspire. Each soap in the set also carries a unique scent designed to enchant the senses and refresh your enthusiasm for the day. They are priced at S$39 (for one) and a set of three will set you back only S$99.

Ps. Fine Soaps Urban Edition 9.30

Named after key moments of the day, each soap is inspired by a different time and mood. The 9:30 edition reflects a time when your senses are awakened and features a bright medley of grapefruit, blackcurrant, rhubarb, clove bud, geranium, and magnolia.

Ps. Fine Soaps Urban Edition 4.31

The 4:31 edition combines fig nectar, spearmint, cucumber, maple syrup, tonka bean, and bergamot to represent a change in rhythm and the revival of clarity.

Ps. Fine Soaps Urban Edition 11.52

Lastly, the 11:52 edition features a rush of spices and fruit, blending cardamom, saffron, raspberry, amber, frankincense, and guaiac wood, captivating the time of day when lost in the moment and succumbing to sweet desire.

There you have it, if you’re looking to smell good and awaken your senses, get your hands on this range of lovely, scented fine soaps here.

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