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Our 2020 Beauty Shortlist Award winning products!


by Corinne Taylor

After our success last year, we are thrilled to have won two more awards in the 2020 Beauty Shortlist Awards!
The Beauty Shortlist & Wellbeing Awards are 100% independent and judged by industry experts. They are a level playing field for big and smaller brands, and provide an unbiased guide to shopping the best in natural health and beauty. They are completely cruelty free, seeking to find the best in only ethical beauty and wellbeing products. We are so grateful to receive these fantastic rewards and recognition!
So lets have a look at our award winning products.. 
Radiance Aromatherapy Body Oil -  Editors Choice Award
Launched last year, our Radiance Aromatherapy Body Oil is a truly luxurious oil which leaves skin soft, silky and glowing. Made with a blend of vitamin rich, cold pressed organic Hemp, Safflower & Jojoba Oils which absorb quickly into skin, leaving you hydrated and nourished. It also contains a unique, uplifting blend (often described by our customers as smelling like an oriental spa!) of organic May Chang, Frankincense & Cedarwood essential oils to awaken the senses and bring in a moment of joy. 
Radiance Aromatherapy Body Oil by Corinne Taylor. Organic, Vegan, cruelty free, Beauty shortlist 2020 award winning
Organic Bath Melts -  Commended Award
Our organic Bath Melts are a firm favourite with our customers, and add a touch of indulgence to your bath time routine. Combining raw, organic Shea & Cocoa Butters with a relaxing blend of Bergamot & Rosewood essential oils and a hint of Sweet Almond oil, they leave skin super soft from head to toe. Simply drop a couple of melts into the bath and allow to melt, when you step out your skin will be soft and smooth, as if you have moisturised all over with body butter!
Organic Bath Melts by Corinne Taylor. 100% natural, vegan, cruelty free, beauty shortlist award winning

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