Neals Yard Remedies is a well established, family run company specialising in natural, organic skincare. I use a
combination of Neal's Yard products and my own aromatherapy blends for the ultimate pampering facial tailored to
your individual skin type.
The skin is cleansed, toned and exfoliated before a mask is applied to deep cleanse and nourish the skin. The neck
and shoulders are massaged while the mask works its magic, then the face is treated to a pressure point massage with
an aromatherapy blend individually chosen for you. Treatment products, eye care and moisturiser are then applied
according to your skin type and you will be left feeling relaxed with your skin glowing.
Please see "prices" page for Holistic Facial and Mini Facial options.
Rehydrating Rose -
Lovely range with rose oil and extracts to moisturise, soften and enhance the skin's natural glow.
Nourishing Orange Flower -
Deeply replenishing for dry skin, elasticity-boosting organic orange flower oil is blended with nourishing plant extracts
to leave skin feeling quenched, soft and supple.
Purifying Palmarosa -
Intensely clarifying for oily and combination skin, purifying natural ingredients help to control sebum where skin is oily,
adding essential hydration where skin is dry, for a clearer, matt complexion.
Rejuvenating Frankincense -
Fight signs of ageing naturally with the incredible regenerating properties of frankincense, combined with deeply
nourishing, elasticity-boosting plant extracts to firm the skin and reduce signs of ageing.
Four simple steps to natural radiance:
1 - Know your skin type
2 - Choose the right products for your skin
3 - Create daily and weekly skin care routines
4 - Feed and support your skin from the inside
To order Neal's Yard Remedies products call me or click on the link below:
Did you know?
Your skin is your body's largest organ. It needs to be taken care of, not just to stay looking good, but working
well, too. By choosing organic ingredients for your face and body, you're reducing the amount of chemicals
absorbed into your system.
"Too much of a good thing is wonderful" Mae West