Whilst winter can be a wonderful time to slow down and embrace candle lit baths, it can also be a challenging time for our skin. Cold weather and low humidity can weaken our skin’s natural protective barrier allowing water to escape and irritants to enter, resulting in dry and sensitive skin.

Our seaweed infused skincare is packed with antioxidants that help to replenish and strength our skin barrier. Seaweed is also rich in iodine and minerals such as zinc, magnesium and selenium, that can help repair skin and soothe irritation. 

Here we share a winter skincare ritual, embracing the ebb and flow of the changing seasons and our energy levels, simultaneously adapting to the needs of our skin.

Nourish Body Oil


Formulated to deeply nourish cold weather weary skin and scented to provide a refreshing moment of calm in the dark winter days. Either massage into damp skin or add a tablespoon to a warm bath. 

An indulgent oily bath is a silky and sensuous way to absorb the benefits of our Nourish Body Oil. The combination of water and oil is drawn deeper into the skin’s epidermis. If you prefer to massage the oils directly onto the skin, applying to damp skin post showering or bathing also allows for more moisturise to be locked into the skin. Our antioxidant and fatty acid rich Nourish oil can also work at a deeper level, soothing skin and aiding recovery.

Soothe Hand and Body Balm 

Condition and soften any areas of very dry skin with our Soothe Hand and Body Balm.

If your face is feeling dry and sensitive due to the seasonal temperature changes, our Soothe Balm can also be used as part of a hot cloth cleansing treatment. Massage the balm into dry skin and remove with a clean, warm washcloth. Alternatively leave the balm on your skin for an overnight face treatment to help calm any irritation.

Nurture Face Oil

As well as brightening, plumping and soothing skin, our Nurture Face Oil strengthens the skin barrier, meaning less moisture can escape and fewer irritants can enter, ensuring skin remains soft and supple.


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