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FREE Ittr, Attar, Non-Alcoholic Perfume, 3ml Conc Fragrance Oil
[#6476 3F3 ONLY ONE FREE PER ORDER over 3.00, Offer Ends 31/Dec/2017 Perfumes Arabia, Non-Alcoholic I]

Free Perfume with any Order Over 3.00
Offer While Stock Lasts or 31 December 2017

3ml conc. fragrance oil
Non-Alcoholic Ittar
Only One Per Order
​Brand : Al Asa'as Perfumes
Manufacturer : Perfumes Arabia.com

About The Product 

Only One Per Order

  • High quality, long lasting and Free from alcohol Ittar 
  • A little of this exotic, longer lasting concentrated perfume oil will go a long way.
  • Safe to use and safe to carry in your pocket or handbag. 
  • Comes in a roll-on vial, makes it easy to anoint. 

You may also purchase more products directly from Perfumes Arabia

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Tel : 01923845383
SILK ROUTE IMPEX LTD
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Weight: 30

In Stock: 4
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Now, men may be either engrossed [in the world], penitent beginners, or arrived gnostics. The man engrossed does not remember death, or, if he does, it is with regret for his world, and he busies himself with disparaging death. The remembrance of death increases such a one in nothing but distance from God. 

From :Al Ghazali on The Remembrance of Death & the Afterlife From Ihya Ilum Ud Din Translated by Tim Winter