25 January 2014

The Highland Soap Company: Wishlist | Beauty

As it's Burn's Night tonight in Scotland, I thought I would focus on a Scottish beauty brand today:
The Highland Soap Company is a family-run business based in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Their products are handmade in their Lochaber workshop and the beautiful highland landscape has always been a great source of inspiration for their products.
All products are SLS and Paraben free, vegetarian-friendly and not tested on animals.

"Our skin care products are handmade with an emphasis on organic, wild harvested natural ingredients and herbal therapy in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Where every stone, tree and river has our richly romantic and heroic history embedded within."
"Naturally skin moisturising, our traditionally handmade cold-process soaps gently cleanse, nourish and soothe your skin. We use only the finest natural plant ingredients and the purest essential oils in our skincare products."

I love using and discovering Scottish brands, whether it be a beauty product, garment or even a lovely Abernethy biscuit! It just brings me such pleasure and makes me feel just that little bit closer to home.

I've never tried any of their products before, but after having a good browse on their website, I've compiled my wishlist!
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With aloe vera, chamomile extract, nettle leaf and raspberry seed oil, this bubble bath is deeply nourishing and rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which will benefit the skin.
This sounds truly delicious and would be a lovely, luxurious treat!
With sea kelp extract, peppermint essential oil, lavender extract and more, this body wash will refresh, cleanse, nourish and moisturise skin.
This sounds really refreshing and I love the seaweed element and the addition of peppermint oil.
With Bog Myrtle essential oil, lemon balm, lemon peel essential oil and aloe vera, this hand wash is naturally antibacterial and moisturising and will leave your hands cleansed and nourished.
The Bog Myrtle (referred to as Scotland's tea tree) element is really interesting and this product sounds really fresh with the lemon ingredients.
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4. Peppermint Foot Cream, £8.95/120ml
With peppermint essential oil, cocoa butter, eucalyptus essential oil and shea butter, this foot cream is cooling, refreshing and will soothe and moisturise tired, achy feet.
This sounds like a lovely treat for the feet and I love peppermint scents!
With meadowsweet extract, cocoa butter, olive oil and chamomile extract, this lotion will soothe and moisturise your hands and body.
The apple blossom scent sounds really sweet and delicious!
With vanilla extract, shea butter and sunflower oil, this lip balm will nourish, moisturise and help protect delicate skin.
I love vanilla scented/flavoured products so this really appeals to me.
This handmade natural soya bean wax candle has been blended with sweet orange and cinnamon to create a warm and uplifting scent for your home. Approximately 45 hours burning time and you can even keep the empty glass tumbler to use as a whisky glass!
I don't usually go for spicy scents, but this candle sounds really fresh and inviting!
Isn't this just beautiful? What a lovely gift idea and so lovingly packaged. This gift box is filled with two full-sized handmade soaps; in this case we have lavender soaps which contain coconut oil, lavender flower, palm oil and lavender essential oil to give a relaxing, uplifting experience.

Don't you just love the packaging? The little fabric bows are such a cute touch!
There is a great range of gift sets and also a special offers section which you should check out!
Have you tried any products from The Highland Soap Company?
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8 comments:

  1. These all sound gorgeous and really reasonably priced, I love the sound of the raspberry bubble bath and the sweet orange & cinnamon candle!
    I love Lochaber, such a beautiful part of the UK :)


    Jess xo

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  2. thejollyfashionista25 January 2014 at 11:00

    I'm hoping to place an order soon as they sound and look so good! I've never been to Lochaber but it looks stunning! xxx

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  3. Ooh sweet orange and cinnamon sounds like a lovely fragrance for a candle for a cold winter night.

    Gems x
    http://fashion-well-done.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. thejollyfashionista25 January 2014 at 13:35

    It really does! :) xxx

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  5. Oh wow, everything looks so luxe!

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  6. Abbi Irving-Bell25 January 2014 at 16:42

    Love the b

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  7. thejollyfashionista25 January 2014 at 16:57

    Me too, it's such attention to detail! xxx

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  8. thejollyfashionista25 January 2014 at 16:58

    I'm so eager to try some products now! xxx

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