Pay day treats - for you or a friend!

Pay day has finally arrived! And after a particularly long month, we think it’s time to treat yourself or a friend. From small ‘thinking of you’ gifts, to a real gesture gift, we have selected our top 5 gifts for a friend or yourself to enjoy! 

1. The Candle that just keeps on giving – Matthew Williamson’s candle collection is absolutely exquisite, with the most colourful designs for which he is renowned! Our top pick this pay day is ‘English Garden’ – a fruity floral scent, with a heart of rose. Evoking the scents of a walk through a traditional English Garden! Explore the rest of the candle collection here.

2. Sensori + Detoxifying Air Mist – this best-selling product will always remain a firm favourite! The Wiruna Night 2850 is a delicate, calming and grounding air detoxifying mist, enhanced by the cutting edge ChlorosPURE® formula that decomposes harmful airborne toxins and neutralises odour, rather than simply masking the scent.

3. Eight & Bob Discovery Kit – why not try a 6 new scents from the comfort of your own home? The Eight & Bob Iconic Discovery Kit, showcases 6 fragrances from their collection, ranging from fruity to woody scents. Take time to experience them, wearing a new one each day, until you find your favourite!

4. New month, new face cream – French cosmetic brand, Maege, have the hero product of all hero products – Multi Correcting Cream Supreme - this cream saturates the skin with nutritive elements, instantly recharging it.

5. Beautiful Berdoues Body BalmBerdoues’ Mille Fleurs body balm has the most delicate floral scent. Free from phenoxyethanol, parabens, silicones and colourants, the balm has been dermatologically tested and is composed of 96% natural ingredients.

And there we have it! For more inspiration, shop our ‘Just Because section!


Andrea Katsari, Marketing Manager

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