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Category Scrubs & Shower Gels

AromaWorks: Body Brilliance Exfoliate

AromaWorks is a totally British brand which offers a range of natural, aromatherapy skincare and home fragrances. Entirely manufactured and packaged in the UK the products contain 100% pure essential oils and boast therapeutic qualities as well as clinical effectiveness. The extensive range of organic products include scented candles, body

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Kneipp is a name I’ve heard nothing but good things about. It’s a German brand that offers natural products and remedies, including herbal bath salts and essential oil soaks, body washes, lotions and skin conditioners. It’s not a brand built around image or a high-end marketing campaign, it’s pure and

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Honeymania by The Body Shop

Honey really is good for you, not just to cure ailments and to enhance the taste of food, it’s also a great beauty ingredient whether it is a moisturising face mask or in sugaring for hair removal. It seems like we take the humble honey bee for granted and after

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FemFresh Triple Action Soothing Wash

I never thought I would see the day I would use FemFresh.  There you go, I’ve confessed. Well who admits to using a ‘feminine hygiene’ product? And what’s the point of it? If you keep yourself clean every day, you’re not likely to be aggravated ‘down there’, are you? And

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Rituals Sunrise

I love indulging in scrubs (as I do with lip glosses, eyeshadows, blushers, foundations, serums, creams…oh, the whole shebang!) I am not sure why…maybe it’s because a scrub exfoliates and makes you feel really clean. Your skin certainly glows after the dead skin on the surface is removed, which reminds

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Bath & Body Skincare Collection from Yardley

As one part of London was engulfed with the start of London Fashion Week recently, another part was an ambience of serenity and relaxation, where I was in fact.  To be precise, I had been invited to the internationally reknowned Jane Packer Flower School (a stone’s throw-away from Oxford street) for a spot

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