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Address: 146 Spring St, New York City, NY 10012-3009
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Staff are too overbearing

I go to this store all over the world and I even have a home 30 miles from the HQ in Manosque and the factory shop (10% off French retail prices), where they fill my bag with free... read more

Reviewed 5 September 2011
Eastbourne and London, England
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Reviewed 1 September 2014

I want to buy everything in this store. Each cream, soap, lotion or perfume smells like heaven! The sample perfumes at the door give you an idea of what you can find inside. Beauty for the body and soul!

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Austin, Texas, United States
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Reviewed 13 December 2012

The staff at L'Occitane are ridiculously overbearing. The moment I walked in, I told them that I wanted to shop on my own for a few minutes... 'sure,' they said. Not to be. Within four minutes I had been asked THREE times if I was 'still okay?" and then the upselling started in earnest. I immediately remembered why I do... More 

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Eastbourne and London, England
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Reviewed 5 September 2011

I go to this store all over the world and I even have a home 30 miles from the HQ in Manosque and the factory shop (10% off French retail prices), where they fill my bag with free samples and are always extremely charming and helpful. Yet for some reason, in every outlet in the US, the staff are a... More 

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Reviewed 5 September 2006

While treking from the Metropolitan Museum of Art to Lexington Avenue, I came upon a L'Occitane shop on the corner of Madison Avenue. Since I felt I had been walking forever, I bought some of the foot cream...so glad I did! The soothing cream felt so good and took care of the dryness so well that I am a loyal... More 

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Reviewed 13 February 2005

If you like being smothered and marketed to by the sales staff the entire time that you are in the store, then L'Occitane is the place for you. This is consistent behavior that I have observed in every one of their stores that I have been in (NYC, Bridgewater, NY, Short Hills, NJ, King of Prussia, PA and Las Vegas.... More 

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