[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] To say this Rituals Christmas The Ritual of Mehr set exceeded expectations is something of an understatement! I cannot tell you just how beautifully presented the Rituals sets are – I’m using their website image because my photography didn’t do it justice – but be assured you don’t need to go anywhere near a roll of sellotape or ribbons for these!


The boxes come in origami style folded white paper with a golden seal (see above). When you open that, there’s a decorated box within (see main picture) that holds the products in place. The fragrance of Mehr is predominantly sweet orange and cedar wood so has depth and comfort with all the seasonal feeling of warmth and nurturing with a little energizing kick.

Rituals Christmas The Ritual of Mehr

Inside the box, you’ll find an Energising Foaming Shower Gel and before I go on, shower foams are the stars of the Rituals show (HERE) – they’re so creamy and opulent and are just lovely on their own as a present (and at £9.50 each feel reasonable HERE). You’ll also find Body Cream, sugar based Body Scrub and Home Fragrance. I’m not sure I’d call the products luxury exactly but the presentation certainly is and I can’t say there is anything I dislike in this set that I was sent. This set is exclusive to Rituals and is £37.50 (value £44) HERE. However, Look Fantastic has 15% off other Rituals sets with the same beautiful packaging and free postage (The Ritual of Ayurveda, The Ritual of Sakura (recommended)) HERE. What I like about the sets is that they’re entirely pleasure focused – it’s a wonderful bath or shower time that’s just about the user and their moment. Oh, there are smaller (just as beautifully packaged) sets for around £20 HERE.  I didn’t know that Rituals (who have plenty of bricks and mortar stores and usually place themselves in travel hubs such as stations) was founded in Amsterdam.

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