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Organic beauty products to spoil your mum
According to a survey by delivery company Yodel, two-thirds of us spend more on our beloved mums on Mother’s Day than we do on our partners on Valentine’s Day.
So with this in mind, what will you be buying your ma this year? Chocolates? Done that, and she’s on a diet anyway. Flowers? Cliched, and they’ll be dead within a week. A cute teddy bear? She’s 60 not six! Why not spoil her with something she’ll really appreciate?
Natural beauty products make great gifts for mums of all ages. What better way for her to spend Mothering Sunday than to enjoy a pampering spa day at home?
If she’s always running around after everyone else and rarely spends any time on herself, she’ll probably appreciate Fushi’s lovely Peace Range. These products contain a calming blend of lavender, neroli, bergamot and chamomile to promote relaxation.
You could create your own gift kit consisting of various products, such as our Peace Bath Salts, our Peace Antioxidant Bath Oil and our Bringer of Peace Candle.
If she’s serious about taking care of her skin, why not give her a helping hand with our A4 Age Reverse anti-ageing skincare products? All of the items in this range contain the key ingredient argan oil, which is rich in Vitamins A and E as well as essential fatty acids that fight wrinkles.
Alternatively, our organic hair care products make great Mother’s Day treats. Once your mum uses our Really Good Hair Oil and our Stimulator Shampoo and Conditioner, she’ll be ready for that evening out you promised her.
Or how about some home spa accessories? Get her a pair of sisal slippers, a pumice stone, a loofah, a body brush and massage roller, as well as some luxurious oils, and she can enjoy that pampering spa experience in the comfort of her own bathroom.
Posted by Laura Andrews
- Organic Rosehip Seed Oil Virgin 100ml Fresh-Pressed, Min Vit E 18.3mcg/g20% OFFSpecial Price £14.40 Regular Price £18.00
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