& Other Stories Bath and Body

Taking care of your skin is just as important as looking after any other part of your body and & Other stories are making it so much more enjoyable. Their Bath and Body range not only makes your skin feel great but also smells delicious (there’s even a scent to suit every taste)!

From body scrubs, washes, mists and oils to hand lotions and soap, they have every body care product that you would wish for to keep your skin glowing daily and it doesn’t just stop there… Each set of products is available in a different scent. All so yum that I’ve had to list a few below!

Moroccan Tea- fresh mint leaves stirred into sweet amber tea.

Arabesque Wool- deep earthy oud with a twist of citron.

Shinjuku Bloom- scattered cherry blossom petals after the rain (my favourite).

Lemon Daydream- zesty citrus dappled by sun warmed wood.

Floral Memento- dusty violets settling amongst bergamot trees and peony dreams.

Steel Gardens- petals swept in a silver haze revealing hints of forever floral.

Punk Bouquet- frothy vanilla soda on a rebellious rose bouquet.

Tangier Tales- a veil of dark amber lingers over sultry pear.

Botanic Whisper- vivid orange blossom tinged with coriander.

Belleville Bakery- tangy lemon juice melting into creamy vanilla.

And the list goes on… These really are sweet treats that you don’t have to feel guilty about! In fact, your skin- and nose- will be thanking you plenty! Available in store and online, with prices ranging from £4 to £12. They make the perfect gift (for others or for yourself) and will make your bathroom look and smell heavenly. Enjoy xx

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