Roger and Gallet has a limited-edition spring gift set (below) containing either four perfumed soaps or a collection of travel pouches holding four scents: Eau de Cologne, Fragrant Waters, Eau de Shiso and its new Cologne. The 100g soaps come in green tea, ginger, sandalwood and eau de cologne scents. Available for $259 each from Faces stores, Seibu Pacific Place, Uny in Taikoo Shing, and Seiyu Sha Tin. Jean Paul Gaultier's Le Male Tout Beau Tout Propre collection is a range of toiletries for the man who likes to be well-groomed. The designer has now extended the collection with six new products: a deodorant spray ($180), moisturising body spray ($210), face bronzer ($250), concealer for fair skin ($170) and two tinted brow and lash groomers for light and dark hair. Available from Seibu, Lane Crawford, Jumbo Sogo and Seiyu stores. OPI nails has released five lacquers (above) inspired by the Elvis Presley musical All Shook Up. 'Each of the lacquers is named after a song in the show,' says OPI artistic director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. The names are A Little Less Conversation (a lemon yellow), Burning Love (bright orange), Can't Help Falling in Love (fuchsia), It's Now or Never (jewelled purple) and All Shook Up (shimmery red). Each bottle is $120. OPI also has Jukebox Junior mini packs ($160 a pack) which contain co-ordinating glittery clear coats that can be layered over the coloured lacquer. The new colours aren't available until mid-June, but will be sold at Beau Nails, Ellespa, Essential Spa, Expert Nail, Fingertrix, Hair by M2K, I-Spa and Nail Station, among others. Diptique has added a new candle to its collection. Pois de Senteur ($390) is the scent of sweet peas, a delicate flower mostly found in a soft lilac. The candle has a strong floral fragrance that is sweeter than other Diptique products. For those looking for a more musky candle scent, Hotel Costes in Paris has released a range of fragrance products including a deep mauve-coloured candle ($590) with hints of incense, wood, white pepper and lavender that combine to create a more masculine aroma. It also has bath flakes ($300), shampoo ($260), body lotion ($300), massage oil ($350) and a home room fragrance ($580). Both candles are available only at Joyce boutiques in New World Tower, Central, Lane Crawford IFC Mall and the Gateway, Canton Road, TST. Beauty group Chantecaille's new Bio Lift Concealer ($590, above) claims to erase fine lines as it covers them. It comes in a slim silver case and is two-toned. The white core is said to deliver the anti-wrinkle ingredient hexapeptide, which is designed to relax existing lines and prevent new ones from forming. It also contains moisturisers in the form of soybean and vitamin E. The surrounding colour stick gives smooth coverage for dark circles under the eyes and also contains a non-chemical SPF 10 sunscreen. It comes in shades of ivory, chamomile, cream, shea, vanilla and nude. Available from Chantecaille's store, Seibu, Level One, Pacific Place. Chanel has a new range of toiletries to complement its Allure Homme Sport fragrance for men. The range comes in simple black and white containers, and includes a hair and body wash ($215), spray deodorant ($175), deodorant stick ($155), aftershave lotion ($325) and moisturiser ($275). Chanel says Homme Sport is a combination of mandarin, cedar and black pepper and aims to create a 'casual and refined' scent. Available from Chanel counters.