Review: Nougat Naturals Range

In June 2013 Nougat of London came out with their brand new collection. 
The Naturals range is a new concept in toiletries and well-being

Nougat Naturals contain natures finest ingredients.
that are kind to skin but offer effective and beneficial treatments. 
The products harness the properties of essential oils to balance the body and 
mind without over powering or costing the Earth.

All of the products are packed in stylish and simple packaging
featuring eye catching prints without being too fussy. 

The two fragrances to choose from are:

Uplifting & Reviving
An invigorating fragrance combining the essential oils of Bergamot, Lemon Myrtle,
Grapefruit, Ginger and Lemongrass.
Developed to help lift your spirits and awaken your mind on even the darkest, sleepiest

Calming & Relaxing
A soothing fragrance blended from the essential oils of Sandalwood,
Chamomile, Jasmine and Lavender

From the Uplifting and Reviving range 
I was sent the Hydrating Body care set, £35 which 
contains 300ml of both Gentle Body Wash and 300ml  of Body Cream. 

The body wash has a lovely fresh scent which is very foamy and made my skin feeling
fresh and clean like a daisy but also felt soft, smooth and hydrated. 

The Body Cream was just as fresh and made my skin feel 
lovely and moisturised after having my bath and lasted all day. 

From the Calming and relaxing range I was
sent the refining boy scrub, £18 and the intensive body oil, £14. 

The Body Scrub worked really well at buffing away at dull skin 
making me skin feel soft and cleansed. 

The Body Oil was great at keeping my skin hydrated and sunk into my skin
well, not feeling greasy at all. 

- Free From  Parabens, Sulphates, Petrochemicals, 
Glycol, PEGs and Colour

- Natural Ingredients

-Great fresh and pretty packaging

- amazing scents

- Make fab gifts

- suitable for vegetarians and Vegans


- A little expensive for everyday use but ideal for a treat

- The oil would have been better with the same kind of lid as the body wash and lotion
to save wastage.

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