, a leading retailer of perfumes & Cologne launches its online Store

Fragrancess, a reputable dealer of men and women fragrances by leading brands proudly announces the launch of their online store.

Etobicoke - May 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Fragrancess, a reputable dealer of men and women fragrances by leading brands proudly announces the launch of their online store. Through its website, plans to introduce its target audience to the alluring world of fragrances by some of the most well known names in the industry such as Versace, Calvin Klein, Dior, D&G, and Giorgio Armani. The retailer has a range of male grooming products including colognes, deodorants, after shave and bath & shower. Fragrances for females include perfumes, deodorants, body lotion, and bath & shower.

For special occasions, the retailer has a number of gift sets including perfume gift sets and cologne gift sets. The retailer’s procurement team comprises of expert professionals who conduct extensive research on the current trends when selecting fragrances. To help customers get value for money, Fragrancess offers top quality colognes and perfumes at discounted rates.

The retailer’s website features a simple design, which makes it easy to navigate. Customers get a range of payment options. Fragrancess claims it uses military grade encryption, which helps create a safe and secure shopping environment for customers. Customers can buy their favorite fragrances without creating an account. Those who want their order to be shipped to them sooner can choose the express shipping option.

To assure customers that they are making the right choice by choosing them over competition, Fragrancess guarantees all its products to be 100 percent genuine. The retailer follows a hassle-free return policy. Buyers who are not satisfied with their recent purchase can return the product in its original condition within 30 days of the purchase date, however, skincare and healthcare items cannot be returned due to hygiene factors. Any shipping costs that the buyer incurs on unclaimed, undelivered, or returned packages won’t be refunded, unless the order fulfillment team at Fragrancess made a mistake.

The launch of cannot have come at a better time. The burgeoning urban middle class realizes the importance of looking presentable and is constantly on the lookout for grooming products at affordable prices. Through its website, Fragrancess aims to encourage ordinary buyers to inculcate extraordinary tastes. Apart from offering up to 80% discount on its products, Fragrancess also plans to give out perfume coupons and organize clearance sales at regular intervals.

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