[unpaid/sample] If you have a garden, a patio or a window box, you’ll know that getting green fingered in winter is not nearly as tempting or enjoyable as in the spring or summer time. I seem to be spending my time in a never-ending loop of leaf sweeping.
I like this lightly rosemary scented all purpose balm for being a happy thing to have – the brand has worked with an illustrator who loves flowers and it shows. Of course, you don’t need to be any sort of a gardener at all to enjoy it – it’s a simple formula that just tends to dry skin wherever it might be. There is a dash of essential oils within the shea and cocoa seed butters – lavender, sage and the aforementioned rosemary but it’s not a big blast at all.
If you do need a visual reminder to look after your hands after being outdoors then this serves well as that because I have not tired of looking at it and have it by the sink for now. I like its freshness and slightly sharp scent that in a small way replicates pinching herbs with your fingers and scenting them that way. Just a nice, well priced treat for anyone who needs it. You can find it for £8 HERE.
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Heathcote and Ivory absolutely nail it with their packaging AGAIN!
What a lovely gift this would be for my mum! Unfortunately they do not seem to deliver outside the UK….