[sample] This is impressive if you’re shopping mindfully this year – the complete set is 100% recycled with the bottles made from previously used packaging. The exterior box, obviously, can go the same way to become new packaging in its next life. It’s all made in the UK so their carbon footprint remains low.
You can use the wash for either hands or body – the first note I could smell was chamomile in a sort of soapy iteration but the neroli and mandarin followed although I’d have liked them to be a bit stronger. The blend uses aloe to cleanse and so it’s gentle on skin that doesn’t like regular soaps – there are no SLSs, glycols, petrochemicals etc, and there is no artificial scent either. The body lotion is light so sinks in quickly and well although if you’ve got very dry skin and are shedding like snake in the cold snap it might not be heavy duty enough for you, but as a day to day stay-supple, I like it well enough.
What’s really nice though is to see the evolution of this brand that started by selling scented travel balms and is now blossoming into an fully fledged body collection. You can find the set HERE at £30.
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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