Now wash your hands!

Washing your hands has never been so much fun. The new hand wash from Blend  Collective in their enlivening range is spectacular: it contains Sicilian Lemon, May Chang, Myrtle and Lime essential oils, selected for their particurlarly invigorating, refreshing an revitalising properties. Blend Collective has three different ranges, each created by a different blender. The enlivening range is devised by Alec Lawless, a trained Jungian psychotherapist with more than 20 years of experience in the perfume industry, who really understands the art of producing delicate and complex fragrances that evoke personal memories and emotions.
The hand soap is gorgeous and smells beautiful and lemon- rich (it personally takes me back to summer holidays), and the packaging is also fabulous. It’s a generous looking dispenser that will look great in any bathroom or kitchen.  I love the subtle scent it leaves on your hands, as it’s not overpowering but makes you feel fresh and clean. I definitely recommend it for yourself – or I also think it would make a wonderful gift.

Brand story
A team of leading aromatherapy and perfume experts from the UK have combined their expertise to produce BLEND collective – an exceptional range of truly natural body care. Every product is between 99% to 100% natural with a carefully considered blend of delicate essential oils and other powerful natural ingredients, designed to nourish and nurture body and mind.

The Enlivening Collection – an invigorating combination of Sicilian Lemon, May Chang, Myrtle and Lime that give an energising lift.

The Balancing Collection – a gentle collaboration of Star Jasmine, Geranium, Vetiver and Rose to restore equilibrium to body and mind.

The Unwinding Collection – a calming mix of Sandalwood, Frankincense, Cedarwood and Neroli to help you relax.

Hand wash price: £13.95
For more information go to www.blendcollective.co.uk

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