Halle Berry and Stetson Fragrance Coupons from CommonKindness Help Fund Charities This Holiday Season

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Coupons for Coty fragrances now available at CommonKindness save shoppers $2 on purchases of Halle Berry or Stetson Original fragrances over $9 and generate funds for their favorite nonprofit organizations.

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Free Stetson Original and Halle Berry fragrance coupons from CommonKindness.com generate funds for nonprofits.

By using CommonKindness coupons to purchase these popular fragrances, holiday shoppers can not only save money, but also help other people in need.

Founded in Paris by perfume industry visionary François Coty in 1904, today’s Coty Inc. creates innovative beauty products and popular fragrances coveted and enjoyed by men and women all over the world. This month, Coty is helping its customers save money and make a donation to their favorite charity by offering free online coupons on http://www.CommonKindness.com for its Stetson Original and Halle Berry fragrances.

“We are absolutely thrilled that Coty has chosen CommonKindness to promote its Stetson Original and Halle Berry fragrances,” said Sarah Schloemer, president of CommonKindness. “By using CommonKindness coupons to purchase these popular fragrances, holiday shoppers can not only save money, but also help other people in need.”

Halle Berry and Stetson Original coupons are available on CommonKindness for a short period of time in December, 2012. To assist shoppers in selecting the appropriate gift of fragrance for their friends and loved ones, Coty offers the following product highlights:

Stetson Original
A fragrance of the legendary American West, Stetson Original is a rich, masculine blend of rugged woods and spice. Its citrus and amber notes are always fresh and appropriate for the confident American man. Stetson fragrance conveys the great American outdoors, independence, and assured authenticity.
Stetson is presented in an elegant, masculine bottle with a satin gold cap and an understated gold package.

Halle Berry Fragrances
Oscar winner and international icon Halle Berry has secured her position as a timeless beauty through a rare blend of natural elegance and sensuality. This irresistible combination is highlighted in her collection of signature scents, including Halle, Pure Orchid, Reveal, Reveal the Passion, and now, Closer. Many women may recognize the note of mimosa, one of Halle’s favorite flowers, in each of her fragrances.

Halle by Halle Berry
Modern and sensuous, Halle is a woody oriental fragrance with a heart of luminous mimosa and top notes of pear blossom, bergamot, and fig leaf. Conveying her inspiration for this fragrance, Halle Berry says, “It’s warm. It’s sexy. It’s captivating. It exudes confidence and strength.”

Pure Orchid by Halle Berry
Pure Orchid is a floral, woody fragrance expressing each woman’s unique intrigue and sensuality. Its luminous and complex scent of masdevallia orchid changes throughout the day, becoming spicier and sexier. Halle says: “Sexy, seductive and playful, Pure Orchid has an exotic quality that you can wear from day into night.”

Reveal by Halle Berry
Reveal is a radiant floral fragrance with perfect balance. Light and fresh, it becomes sexier as you wear it. “The scent of iris can be a bit dark or woody,” says Halle, “but I decided to choose facets of it that make it feel velvety soft and airy. I wanted to show yet another side of myself…something that was very glamorous, yet natural and easy to wear.”

Reveal the Passion by Halle Berry
Reveal the Passion is an alluring, bold, and sensual floral woody fragrance that brings out the seductive and provocative side of a woman. The sexy top notes open with Italian bergamot and dewfruit, gradually revealing a heart of mangosteen, leading to a sensual drydown of patchouli and musk.

Halle’s Inspiration: “I wanted to create a scent that helped empower women to reveal their passionate sides. Nothing makes a woman sexier or more beautiful than the confidence that comes from within.”

Closer by Halle Berry
Closer is an intriguing scent that pairs traditional masculine fougere accord with a luscious feminine blend of violet flowers and mimosa, one of Halle’s favorite flowers. “To me, scent has the power to trigger emotion and desire,” says Halle. “This inspired the idea of creating the ultimate scent of attraction – a fragrance for women that is also intriguing and appealing to men.”

To use printable grocery coupons for these Coty products, shoppers simply go to CommonKindness.com, select the coupons they want, print them out, and head to the store. Twenty percent of the coupon distribution fee will be donated to the nonprofit group of the shopper’s choice for each CommonKindness coupon they redeem at the cash register.

About Coty Inc.
Coty was created in Paris in 1904 by François Coty, who is credited with founding the modern fragrance industry.

Today, Coty Inc. is the new emerging leader in beauty with annual net sales of $4.5 billion. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, passion, innovation and creativity, Coty Inc. has developed a portfolio of notable brands that compete in all key distribution channels across both prestige and mass markets, and in over 130 countries and territories. Coty Inc.’s top 10 brands include such globally recognized brands as adidas, Calvin Klein, Chloé, Davidoff, Marc Jacobs, OPI, philosophy, Playboy, Rimmel and Sally Hansen.

For additional information about Coty Inc., please visit http://www.coty.com.

About CommonKindness.com
CommonKindness.com is the new online grocery coupon website that operates on the principle of kindness and aims to benefit consumers, nonprofit organizations, and brands. CommonKindness is revolutionizing the online coupon industry by eliminating coupon loading and change costs, charging brands only for coupons redeemed, and donating 20 percent of its revenue to nonprofit organizations chosen by CommonKindness shoppers.

For additional information about CommonKindness, please visit http://www.CommonKindness.com or call (415) 729-9658.

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