|Mrs White’s English Sea Salt Bath Salts, £20 and Mrs White’s Aromatic Room Spray, £15|
I genuinely love this range and especially love the Christmas limited editions with illustrations taken from Victorian Christmas cards. The products have been given a Christmas twist with a fragrance that comprises mandarin, tangerine, ginger and spices so you can get into the spirit of things as and when you are ready. There are also some cleaning products in the range so if you want to add a festive element to cleaning out the bath, you can!
Everything from Mrs White’s is hand-blended in England; it’s made in small batches and I’m truly impressed with the quality. There’s a big gap in the market for let’s say, the more mature lady, who wants beauty and pampering products that have a traditional look – they’re just not that into sparkly bubblegum flavoured body lotion or high tech, pricy hand creams with nano-technology. They just want stuff that works (you’ll remember I tried the Mrs White’s Cold Cream) and is something they can relate to in a stylish presentation. That’s not, of course, to exclude any other markets, but it’s a clever move to spot any kind of space in the over-burdened beauty marketplace.
Find it at http://www.roullierwhite.com/
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