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44 Giftware Review May/June 2014 www.giftwarereview.net Scent & Spa


Green fingered beauty products ...lightly scented


Delicious looking hand products, lightly perfumed with red tomatoes, basil and mint are bound to appeal to hard- working veg growers ready for a bit of pampering. And what an inspired idea these


products are for store display, as perfectly demonstrated by Heathcote and Ivory with its new Gardeners range. Simply put the collection together with some vintage garden implements and fresh fruit and veg and the effect will look stunning and good enough to eat. The range


was inspired by vitamin rich veg patches and green- fingered gardeners and completely captures the current enthusiasm for ‘grown-your-own’. A spokesman said Gardeners was, “designed


with juicy blend of red tomatoes, basil and mint.


for post gardening, using essential oils and


vitamins to tend nail beds after a


therapeutic day spent digging planting and reading the newspaper at the allotment.” Included is an exfoliating


hand wash, exfoliating milled soap, hand cream with shea butter, a great hand


cream trio sized for the apron or a pocket and a


lovely gift set including hand scrub, hand cream and personalised markers for hidden seedlings. The juicy blend


of red tomatoes, red currants combined with the freshness


of basil and mint on a base of cedarwood and earthy musk is inspired. The hand wash combines essential oils of lemon, sweet orange, peppermint and spearmint. And the soap is enriched with oat bran to scrub away dirt and soil.


Now the planting


season is in full swing it’s time to get those merchandising ideas underway.


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