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  • £8.99

    An emollient hand cream formulated with nourishing ingredients to build and repair skin moisture, reduce roughness and cracking and keep your hands hydrated all day long

    Application

    Pump a small amount of cream into palm of hand and massage into hands until fully absorbed

    Suggested Use 

    Apply when needed

    Citrus notes of neroli, lemon and mandarin

    100% natural fragrance

    Made with essential oils

    “Appllas du soleil” – translated from Guernsey French means “Ray of sunshine”

  • £9.99

    A versatile face cream, handmade with nutrient rich ingredients to protect and repair skin, promote hydration, reduce inflammation and discourage bacterial growth

    Application

    Pump a small amount of cream onto finger tips and massage into face

    Suggested Use 

    AM – apply a vitamin C serum followed by Bonjour ma Belle
    PM – apply evening serums first followed by Bonjour ma Belle

    Fragrance notes of blackcurrant

    100% natural fragrance

    Made with essential oils

    “Baonjour ma belle” – translated from Guernsey French means “Morning my beautiful”.

  • £19.99

    A non-greasey butter rich in antioxidants that melts into the skin to regenerate, moisturise and soften skin

    Application

    Massage a generous amount of body butter into required area

    Suggested Use 

    Apply as needed

    Fragrance notes of exotic ylang ylang and sandlewood

    100% natural fragrance

    Made with essential oils

    “Ciel” – translated from Guernsey French means “Heaven”

  • Pas

    £8.99

    A butter-like foot cream designed to regenerate and hydrate damaged and mature skin

    Application

    Pump a small amount of cream into palm of hand and massage all over feet

    Suggested Use 

    Apply as needed

    Fragrance notes of lemongrass, lavender and mint

    100% natural fragrance

    Made with essential oils

    “Pas” – translated from Guernsey French means “Footprints”