An introduction to Sulis & Thermae

One of my favourite things about blogging is being introduced to lots of amazing new brands and websites. I've lost count of the number of products that have gone on to be firm favourites so when new website Sulis & Thermae got in touch and asked if I'd like to try a selection of their items I jumped at the chance:

Sulis & Thermae very much focuses on luxury aromatherapy inspired skincare, bath and bodycare and features a mix of well known brands such as Miller Harris and newer launches such as Arran Aromatics and Rue de Marli.

Of the 4 my favourite has to be Aromaworks nurture body oil. Body oils always feel so luxurious and moisturising anyway but the blend of may chang, chamomile and sandalwood smells incredible and when used during a massage I could easily close my eyes and imagine I'm in a posh spa somewhere. There's also a mini sample of Aromaworks nourish body finish cream. A light quick absorbing body lotion which has more of an invigorating herbal smell.

The Pretty Peaushun skin tight body lotion is an interesting one. It has light reflecting particles to give a subtle glow to the skin and the combination of plant extracts is designed to lift, firm, minimise bruises, ease sore muscles and even repel insects too. Now I can't say I've had much experiences with bruise and insect bites so far but it does make for a nice moisturising body lotion and the metallic pouch ideal for throwing into my travel bag. 

Mini fragrance samples aren't usually my thing but I like that the Miller Harris La Collection Decouverte comes with spray vials rather than little tubes which makes it so much easier to use. I've always found the brand a little overwhelming for the sheer number of scents but a sampler set like this allows me to try them in the comfort of my home. In general they're a lot smokier than my usual perfumes but my favourite so far has to be La Pluie and Terre d'iris.

Have you tried anything from Sulis & Thermae before? What are your favourite aromatherapy inspired products?

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