I am lucky enough to work with an Organic growing project with a huge array of wild and cultivated herbs and flowers. I distill most of the floral waters or hydrosols myself using a traditional copper still. All the products have full safety assessments by Scott Grainger at Cosmetic Safety Assesments, these comply with Europaean standards fro cosmetic testing. I am a member of the Guild of Craft Soap and Toiletry Makers you can check my credentials on their website (www.gcstm.co.uk). We use only certified Organic ingredients with a good provenance.

I have sourced packaging carefully to minimise waste, I am proud to present my Body Butter and Lipbalm in eco friendly paperboard tubs and tubes. These are made from recycled paperboard and easy compost. It's great to put all these lovely Organic ingredients into containers that are Eco friendly. I use a certified organic cold emulsifier which allows me to mix creams without heat therefore retaining the healing powers of the herbs and oils. This also negates the need for a strong chemical preservative

All the liquid herbal ingredients (used Facial and Body Oils) are carefully extracted increasing the beneficial properties, these are all certified organic. Due to the natural ingredients some products may slightly differ in colour.

We never use SLS, Parabens, Petroleum jelly, mineral oil, cheap chemical filler ingredients, palm oil, synthetic colour or fragrance. We try to reuse and recycle all our bottles and jars, you may get your product in a different colour or shaped bottle each time. We encourage customers to return bottles and jars or to recycle at home!

I have practised Aromatherapy and Massage for over 10 years. I have been developing these recipes and formulas for many years. I am a a tutor at a local specialist educational college where I teach soap making.

We offer a bespoke personalised service for Wedding favors, from small gift sets to candles.

I run courses in the local area please see events page for further details
Please contact us for any further info, Many thanks