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Sabon Now Open at MOA™


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Let’s face it: life can be stressful sometimes!

Stop by Sabon (Level 1, West), the Mall’s newest retailer and best stop for a relaxing break that will leave you feeling refreshed and re-energized.

Step in the doors, and a gorgeous fountain invites you to try out their luxury bath and body products made with minerals from the Dead Sea—we received amazing hand treatments that left our hands feeling soft and recovered from the harsh MN winter we just got over. Natural herbs and botanicals in their products (including candles, car fresheners, fabric mist, and more!) provide the perfect dose of aromatherapy that will melt your worries away.
 

Sabon hand treatment   Sabon soap

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