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Ashley & Co Soothe Tube Hand Cream

Ashley & Co Soothe Tube Hand Cream

$25
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Intensive hydrating cream for your hands in a range of blends. Please select from the pulldown menu.

Tui & Kahili Like sweet nectar enticing the Tui, notes of wild spreading ginger and delicate lily will have you scouring the native flora for this alluring scent.

Blossom & Gilt Give fresh flowers: Costa Rican tuberose and wild jasmine create the ultimate bouquet but last longer than its fresh petaled contemporaries.

Vine & Paisley Up there with puppies, cashmere sweaters and a pinon campfire this earthy mix use notes of amber, vanilla and sandalwood to create a feeling of warmth and security.

Parakeets & Pearls Remember handwritten love letters and dressing for dinner? No? This Old World scent of freshly picked green tea and white lilies will help bring the glamour back to modern day.

Bubbles & Polkadots Kid around? Fresh garden rose mixed with soft powdery musk smells like a baby-out- of-the-bath. Buyer beware a craving for bedtime stories and milk and cookies could result.

Once Upon & Time Hypnotic blooms of Black Gardenia loom a lonesome sense to wonder. A solitary Fig among the thick of brambles yearns to leave you to ponder.

Mortar & Pestle Soothe on the move – Gone Green combines the non-greasy, nasty free, Soothe Tube formulation with essential oils. The rich qualities of organic borage oil, shea butter & chamomile extract, aim to soften, restore + soothe parched hands & cuticles.

75ml.

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Made in New Zealand and committed to creating beautiful and functional products for your home. The challenge: discovering the new old. By utilising their unique perspectives about art and design, Ashley & Co re-defines traditional household objects and ideas, giving them a contemporary twist. From the packaging to the ingredients, the products produced are both for ones enjoyment and importantly necessary to the completeness of ones home. By manufacturing locally, from screenprinting bottles, filling to packaging printing, embossing and foiling they reduce their environmental footprint.