Brand Focus: Neal's Yard.

So I've decided to incorporate a little feature on my blog where I focus on some of my all-time favourite brands and the go-to products from each. I actually did something similar a while back (see here and here), but I think it might be a little easier to digest if I break it down into specific brands, starting with Neal's Yard.

After discovering NY last Summer, I quickly fell in love with the products and overall concept; ethical, organic beauty with a holistic approach. So, as well as the range being very good indeed (more on that in a moment), it's nice to know that the ingredients you're putting onto your skin are for the most, natural.

My first trial of the brand was the Award Winning Skincare Set (£20) snapped up for me by my lovely Mum (she gave it a go and insisted I tried it out for myself!). After just a few days of use, I understood why she was so impressed - check out my full review here for the details. Kits like these are a great way to try from a brand before investing, and, whether you have dry, normal, oily/combination or older skin, NY have one for you.

It was thanks to the skincare set that I came across the Wild Rose Beauty Balm (£38). Suitable for all skin types, it's something of a multi-tasker. A cleanser, moisturiser, cuticle oil and lip balm - this treat does it all, and not only that, but it smells amazing too. Whenever my skin is acting up, whether it's down to dryness or blemishes, I reach for this.

When it comes to bath time, the Aromatic Foaming Bath (£15.50) is a dream come true. Unlike many baths soaks, this actually creates a tub full of bubbles and boasts a heavenly scent thanks to its aromatherapy blend of lavender and geranium essential oils. Combined with the Lavender Bath Salts (£14.50), you really do have yourself the equation for the perfect, pamper night bath. 

To keep my skin hydrated, I'm a big fan of the brand's Aromatic Body Butter (£23 - currently on offer for £16.10). Again, it smells great (think shea and cocoa butter with a blend of essential oils) but also works pretty damn well at keeping any unwanted dryness at bay. This also happens to be a good'n if you suffer from the dreaded Keratosis Pilaris (read my post on how I got rid of it, here).

Finally, the Remedies to Roll (£6.50) which are available to buy in five different scents (energy, relaxation, study, travel and night time - which I have). If you struggle to wind down come evening then this is definitely one for you. With a blend of balancing essential oils, a quick dab over the pulse points soothes the mind and helps you to drift off to sleep. Just 9ml, they're a pretty handy size should you fancy keeping one in your handbag during particularly stressful days.

Are you a fan of Neal's Yard? Have you tried any of the above? I'd love to know your recommendations from the brand!


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