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    philosophy have a cherry christmas shower shampoo, shower gel & bubble bath, 16 oz - Bath & Body - Beauty - Macy's

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    Philosophy Have A Cherry Christmas Gel, 16 Ounce by Philosophy. $32.37. Give holiday greetings. Leaves skin and hair feeling ultra soft. Feel cherry cheerful and merry. Have a cherry christmas, and wish others a cherry christmas too. Have a cherry christmas white cherry shampoo, shower gel and bubble bath inspires you to feel cherry and bright as the moisturizing formula gently cleanses and conditions skin and hair. The cherry-luscious scent provides a jolly good time. It comes ...

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