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Protect what you love

Most of us have a few things in our wardrobe we really love – but the more we wear them to go out, the more worn out they get. Thanks to Lenor’s new deep down softening formula, we no longer need to worry clothes will wear out before their time, so we’re free to pick our favourites and show them off more often.


The perfect feel-good formula
Wear what you love, love what you wear. Whether it’s a killer dress or a comfy cardigan that goes with just about everything, most of us have at least a few things we know make us look and feel great. But we also know, the path to true love never runs smoothly, and in the case of clothes, they can easily get bobbly, or saggy, or just a bit washed out and lifeless.

So what’s the answer? Hide your love in the closet to make it last longer, or wear it and be darned?

Best is no longer just for Sundays
Thanks to a new innovation from Lenor, you no longer have to ration the days you wear your favourite clothes. New Lenor contains even more softening ingredients than before, which penetrate deep into the fibres of your clothing, smoothing the fibres as they go and making them more resistant to friction damage in the wash. As a result, visible signs of aging such as ‘bobbling’ on your clothes are reduced - in other words, it helps keep your clothes looking newer for longer, so you can wear what you love for longer.

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the best conditioner by miles ...people actually comment on how soft their clothes are and how nice the feel..I mean who would nomally comment on a fabric softener?!?

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sarafree

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the best conditioner by miles ...people actually comment on how soft their clothes are and how nice the feel..I mean who would nomally comment on a fabric softener?!?

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