Here's how you can get your hands on Jo Malone perfume from just £14

Jo Malone scents are some of the most iconic out there, and we'd likely all recognise that little rectangle bottle on a dressing table.

So there's good news for fans of the brand, with the announcement that you'll soon be able to sample their perfume for just £14.

This will be music to the ears of shoppers at Jo Malone, who are used to paying anywhere between £47 to almost £100 a bottle.

So how is it possible?

Well, according to, the scent house will be releasing some of their most popular fragrances in a solid form in February, available at a much reduced price.

The new perfume is a solid balm, wrapped up in a sleek black pot, making them perfect for when you're travelling or on the go during the week.

It's applied by rubbing the balm onto the normal touch-points, your neck and wrists, or even the ends of your hair if you want your blow-dry smelling extra fancy.

One of the solid perfumes will cost you just £14, while a cologne intense from Jo Malone will cost £16.

Customers can also get their hands on a fragrance-combining palette, which will allow you to combine two of the scents together for a super-unique result.

So will your favourite Jo Malone fragrances be available in solid perfume form?

It looks like its good news, as many of their most popular will be included in the new range.

There will be 10 scents on offer, including Lime Basil & Mandarin, Pomegranate Noir, Blackberry & Bay, Basil & Neroli, English Pear & Freesia, Peony & Blush Suede, Wood Sage & Sea Salt, Nectarine Blossom & Honey, Oud & Bergamot, and Mimosa & Cardamom.

The new Jo Malone solid perfumes are the perfect way to stay smelling fabulous wherever you are - as they're ideal for throwing in your bag or suitcase at the last minute. Best of all, they won't leak, as other perfumes have a risk of doing, meaning no soggy spills!

So will you be getting one for yourself?

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on