In the Mood for Love

For promoting feelings of love and sexiness on Valentines’ Day whether you’re single or have a better half

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Indian Sandalwood Cologne. $63 from Crabtree & Evelyn.

This classic, rich and woody aroma of sandalwood from the Indian province of Mysore, is blended with notes of spicy cypress, bergamot, lavender and vetiver.

British Rose Petal-soft Bath Foam (250ml). $26.90 from The Body Shop.

The rose essence of the new British Rose Range is derived from roses which are hand-picked, air-dried and infused on-site into fresh mountain water.

Cedarwood Perfumed Body water (150ml). $26 from Innisfree.

One of the products from Innisfree's first range of body cologne , this perfumed body water emits a citrus, woody scent inspired by Jeju’s island climate, flora and fauna.

Innisfree x Soohyang Champagne Supernova Candle. $42 from Innisfree.

Handmade using 100% vegetable wax derived from soy and coconut, this phthalate-free and soot-free wick evokes the sensuous scent of sweet, freshly opened champagne.

Romance Wild Roses + Geranium Bath Salt by Mandy T. $42.90 from Zalora.

The blend of rose petals, pure white rose, geranium and orange blossom essential oils will calm your mind and soothe your body

Frankincense + Flower Body Oil by meow meow tweet. $39.90 from Zalora.

Scented only with essential oils, this gentle, moisturising and non-greasy oil blend is good for nourishing, toning and healing your skin, reducing scars and promoting the regeneration of cells.

Rosewater Fragrance Reed Diffuser (200ml). $88 from Crabtree & Evelyn®.

The timeless rosewater fragrance invokes the essence of the hundred-petal rose and features a blend of rose, violet, peony, fresh green foliage and musk.

Ultra Rich Body Butter (200g). $41.90 from Spa Ceylon.

This rich moisturiser from the Royal Lotus Range is infused with natural butters, powerful Ayurveda herbs and essential oils to nourish, hydrate, heal, soothe and calm the skin and improve visible youthfulness.


Shah juggles work in a PR and publishing firm together with the occasional jamming with his ‘bros’ in his band. When not working or blowing it out on his saxophone, the self-proclaimed mummy’s boy whips up dishes for his mum in the kitchen.

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