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Baylis & Harding Christmas Gifts 2013

by S1m

I love beauty items at any time of the year, but the Christmas beauty gift sets are always something I look forward to.

There are some awesome sets out this year, which makes it very easy when choosing Christmas presents to gift to family and friends.

Baylis & Harding were super lovely and recently sent me some of their fantastic gifts on offer for Christmas… perfect for stocking fillers!

A new scent and gift set for Christmas 2013 is the Black Orchid with Fuschia and Silk – very exotic and part of the Boudoir collection. The set contains a 100ml Bath Creme, 125ml Body Lotion and 40g Boxed Soap – and I have to admit that the set smells absolutely divine. The Bath Creme is very decadent and it was a lovely treat to relax in the bath on an afternoon whilst Mini Me was still in school and properly pamper myself! I find that soap can dry my skin out but found the soap moisturised my skin well. As soon as I hopped out of the bath I slathered my body with the lotion and spent the day walking around smelling of Black Orchid… it is absolutely lush!


The Cherry Blosson luxury scented candle from the Ritual Retreat – Skin Spa range is GORGEOUS – perfect for a unique gift for those who don’t particularly like bath sets. The candle can still be used during a bath pampering session though! I haven’t lit the candle yet, I am quite strange in the fact I never want them to run out! Defeats the object I suppose and I am getting slightly better!


The box really does give the impression of quality and it is definitely a heavy weight candle. the glass jar is adorned with beautiful depictions of Cherry Blosson trees and the scent is stunning, I cannot even find words to describe the dainty fragrance – it actually smells really tasty! I can imagine lit the fragrance will literally light up the room also… I will make myself find out soon!

Baylis & Harding products can be found in selected retailers and their broad selection can be found on the Baylis and Harding website.

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