They call it 'puppy love' ... for girls

New fragrance targets tweens, teens

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — Caroline Sunshine, who plays "Tinka" in the new Disney show "Shake it Up," recently came out to the Irvine Spectrum in Orange County, Calif., to sign bottles of her new signature fragrance for tweens and teens, "Puppy Love 4 girlz," from Puppy Love Fragrances.

The Feb. 13 event attracted hundreds of fans who lined up at the Kids 4 Real clothing store to get their bottles signed and have their pictures taken with the Disney star.

Kristy Aaron, creator of the fragrance, has been in the fragrance industry for more than 20 years working for such companies as Sanofi Beaute (Oscar de la Renta), Yves saint Laurent, Gucci and L'Oréal. According to the company, Aaron is open to all potential retail partner opportunities.

The fragrance is a fresh, clean and "real" first fragrance for tweens and teens, the company stated. It is a sparkling citrus, with a splash of pomegranate, grapefruit, tangerine and lemon, a hint of lavender and a trace of green tea. To help homeless animals, $5 from every $35 bottle goes to animal charities.

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