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Too Many Brussels Sprouts? Aesop Post-Poo Drops To The Rescue

Christmas is the time of year for family, over-eating and over-drinking; all of which produce a copious amount of strain on your bathroom.

Aesop Post-Poo Drops (more offensively titled in its original French) are a beautiful mix of essential oils of lemon, mandarin peel, tangerine, ylang-ylang and pelargonium oil.

A liberal number of drops placed directly into the flushed toilet-bowl will leave your bathroom with the most incredible smell whilst vile whiffs are banished.

At first, the toilet water goes cloudy and you smell nothing; thinking “this is a load of rubbish”. Leave the bathroom for a couple of minutes and on your return, whoosh, the bathroom is cleansed, refreshed and stench-free without the gagging air of gaseous and artificial air-fresheners.

A 100ml bottle will last an absolute age as you use maybe 5-7 drops at a time and for just £20, you’ll honestly spend less on this than most cheaper air-fresheners. Also, it looks gorgeous in the bathroom and people will want to use it as it’s so unique.

So to ban your bathroom of seasonal stink; Brussels bottom burps and turkey trumps – this is your answer.

Aesop Post-Poo Drops is available at just £20 + £5.95 delivery plus use code 30WINTER to get £30 when you spend £150

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Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:55 December 19, 2014
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OMG no way!! Two things: amazing, and also screams of a brand having way too much money!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 18:44 December 19, 2014
    Thom Watson
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    Haha, I agree although I’ve been assured that it’s a very good seller, particularly in France! Seriously worth it and I was being honest about it being more cost effective than most air fresheners! x

Harvey Specter
Posted at 09:55 December 19, 2014
The Very Simon G
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OMG no way!! Two things: amazing, and also screams of a brand having way too much money!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 17:44 December 19, 2014
    Thom Watson
    Author

    Haha, I agree although I’ve been assured that it’s a very good seller, particularly in France! Seriously worth it and I was being honest about it being more cost effective than most air fresheners! x

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