Let Tiny Tots Smell Wonderful with Dolce & Gabbana’s All New Offerings

Let Tiny Tots Smell Wonderful with Dolce & Gabbana’s All New Offerings

A lot of us do not like the way newborn babies smell. But, then this is not something which one needs to be worried of now. Dolce & Gabbana is coming up with an all new baby scent that has been specifically manufactured for the tiny tots.

Consisting notes of honey, citrus and melon; this perfume will be unisex, and will retail for just £28 for a bottle of 50ml. The perfume is totally alcohol-free and safe for use of kids.

Whether it will do away with the smell of diarrhea etc has not been confirmed till now.

So, now the smell of your newborn will become even sweeter and the credit for all this goes to Dolce & Gabbana.

Besides this a wide array of more items are available for the use of your infants. Ridiculous Baby Products Emporium has so much to offer to your little one.

According to the hype, it's "designed to cuddle and pamper every little boy and girl".

From head bands to high heels; the list of products available at the store is endless. All you need is your credit card and a wish to splurge on your child. Also check out its Wild Child section for an absurd collection of baby tattoos.


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