When a thing is done beautifully, like Lola’s Apothecary, it’s an absolute pleasure to have – whether it’s a treat to self or an indulgent gift to a friend. If it’s beautiful to the eye, it’s half the job done.
Lola’s Apothecary is a small brand, made in small batches in Devon and is free from parabens, SLS, preservatives and synthetics. What distinguishes Lola’s Apothecary is that it is not overwhelming. There’s a tendency for essential oils to smack you in the face – and pleasant though a rose is, you don’t necessarily want to smell as though you too have been freshly steam distilled. The oils settle quickly into the skin, leaving a gleam rather than a slick.
I have Rose & Neroli Body Oil and Rose & Geranium Bath Oil here, and the Bath Oil looks far more expensive than it actually is at £20. The Body Oil is £32 and they’re both HERE.
I’m not a fan of bits in bottles, but these are really done so nicely – there are no strays so the pieces hold together perfectly, making them less likely to fall out of the bottle when you tip it.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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