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Scent’sationals now in Sri Lanka


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Scent’sationals opened its doors for business in June in Nugegoda to provide a unique shopping experience for those looking for high-end branded perfumes, watches, ladies’ handbags and high quality branded gift items at best prices under one roof.

Scent’sationals is an international business name already catering in Canada and USA for many years and now it’s in the Sri Lankan market to continue same as a trendsetter in modern hype segments to uplift lifestyles.

The majority of the items available at Scent’sationals are handpicked across the region. This way, Scent’sationals ensures that latest products of the highest quality in foreign markets are now available in Sri Lanka at affordable prices.

The Scent’sationals flagship store is at 279/C, Stanley Thilakarathna Mawataha, Nugegoda, the modelling heart of Colombo.

“At Scent’sationals, we strive to provide our customers an enjoyable shopping experience. Customer satisfaction is our main Priority. We endeavour to make our customer’s every visit a satisfactory one and to this end we have regularly upgraded our facilities and services to fulfil it,” says Scent’sationals CEO Tharanga Guruge.

Also, anyone can contact Guruge, the entrepreneur/CEO Scent’sationals, to obtain professional advice as an expert in this industry covering international and local to gain the best customer experience based on product ingredients and setting up franchise flagship stores.


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