Variety Pack Spa Cense ®
by Zodiac® Pool Care
One each of the following fragrances:
Pleasures, Divine Secrets, Quiet Escape, and Simple Rituals.
The perfect companion for Nature2® Spa, Cense is the only non-chlorine oxidant that offers the stress relieving benefits of aromatherapy with a crystal clear spa experience. Combining fragrance with MPS, the most recommended oxidizer for spas on the market, Cense creates an inviting and relaxing environment in and around your spa by eliminating the chemical smell of chlorine and replacing it with four exquisite scents as it leaves your spa water cleaner, clearer, and fragrant.
in your spa.
- A powerful non-chlorine oxidizer.
- Choose from four exquisite fragrances.
- No more chlorine smell.
Island Pleasures is a tropical, fruity, and floral blend of mandarin, coconut, pineapple and creamy vanilla, accented with soft petal jasmine.
A tropical, fruity, and floral blend of mandarin, coconut, pineapple and
creamy vanilla, accented with soft petal jasmine.
A tranquil, marine accord that combines lavender flowers blended with camellia and sheer green herbs, with vanilla, musk and precious woods to add depth to the scent.
A unique blend of vanilla, amber, and cinnamon, with a floral heart of rose, jasmine and geranium, rounded
out by rich cedar and lavender.
This vibrant combination of spring blossoms, freesia, cassia, night blooming jasmine and sweet citrus notes creates a modern, sheer floral that is clean and fresh.
This listing is for four two pound canisters, one of each fragrance of Spa Cense.
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