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4 Scents We Loved from Simoy ng Haraya

These picks are romantic, sweet, and will remind you of happy memories

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Scents can remind us of certain memories or events that we may have forgotten. You can be transported back in time with just one whiff. If you're looking for scents that are refreshing, you may want to check out Simoy ng Haraya. It is a unique line of scents that's proudly Filipino and each product comes with a tanaga or a traditional four-line poem by poet Angelo V. Suarez. 

It's also easy to fall in love with the names of the products. Who wouldn't be touched by names like—Alaala, Unang Halik, and Lambing? If you're looking for special scents, here are four picks that we recommend:

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