- Fresh scent for babies
- Akin to the Johnson & Johnson name in the U.S.
- Size - 2 x 22 oz/650 ml
Denenes by Puig is a classic scent for children. Like Johnson & Johnson products in America, mild cologne is used in Spain to help make babies smell fresh and clean. It is a citrus-based fragrance with a subtle floral background--in other words Denenes has a very familiar Spanish scent. Formulated for mildness, it won't irritate baby's skin or stain clothing. Also nice for toddlers. Attentive mothers in Spain splash a little Denenes on their little children when they go off to school. It is packaged in a convenient shatterproof bottle.
Denatured alcohol ( alcohol denat.) water ( aqua), fragance ( parfum).
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 6 reviews Write a review
"im using this since i was small. im glad that when i search google for this cologne they brought me to La Tienda site. Been looking for this for a long long, long time. Thank you La Tienda. I justgot mine a couple of hours ago and the smell is exactly as it was before."
jaja - granada hills - Feb 26, 2013
"Wonderful clean, fresh smell. Great invigorating splash for after a shower."
Michelle - Memphis, Tennessee - Jan 9, 2013
"Love this product. But what is the correct pronunciation? La Tienda: duh-neh-nehs! Glad you enjoy it!"
Crissy - Dec 7, 2011
"Love the fresh scent. Just quite disappointed with shipping. Arrived later than expected and about 3 quarters short. might have leaked."
menchu t.v. - Feb 9, 2011
"i love the cologne,the smell is simply perfect!!!"
arlene Punzalan - Aug 29, 2010
"I've been using this product since high school and when I moved here in the US, couldn't find where to buy it. I found La Tienda via google search and ordered. I'm very pleased with the customer service and the delivery is awesomely fast! I would definitely recommend this product and La Tienda as well!"
Rizza - Nov 23, 2009