Scots Pine Bath & Shower Gel

Fresh & Evergreen

250ml

£22.00

The Scots Pine Luxury Bath & Shower Gel is rich in cleansing and antimicrobial properties, leaving skin clean and fresh, while filling your bathroom with the invigorating, sappy scents of Scotland’s ancient Pine forests.

A fresh, evergreen scent inspired by Scotland’s ancient forests, with notes of Fir, Juniper Berries, Violet and Cedarwood, and natural extracts of Scots Pine and Heather.

Vegan, cruelty-free, sustainable formulations with natural extracts, no Parabens or SLS, all in recyclable packaging


Key Benefits

Multipurpose, our Bath & Shower Gels can be used in the shower for a quick, richly-scented cleansing experience and in the bath for longer and more luxurious cleansing rituals. The mild yet rich foaming lather leaves skin cleansed and sumptuously scented.


Inspiration

A fresh, evergreen scent inspired by Scotland’s ancient forests, with notes of Juniper Berries, Violet and Cedarwood, and natural extracts of Scots Pine and Heather.


Fragrance Notes
Top Notes: Pine, Elemi & Violet Leaf Heart Notes: Orange Blossom, Rose & Jasmine Base Notes: Cedarwood, Oakmoss & Musk

Ingredients
AQUA (WATER), SODIUM COCO-SULFATE, COCO-GLUCOSIDE, POLYSORBATE 20, GLYCERIN, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), LAURYL GLUCOSIDE, PEG-120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE, CITRIC ACID, BETAINE, SODIUM BENZOATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, TETRASODIUM GLUTAMATE DIACETATE, CALLUNA VULGARIS (HEATHER) FLOWER EXTRACT, PINUS SYLVESTRIS (SCOTS PINE) BARK EXTRACT, TOCOPHEROL, LIMONENE

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Scots Pine

The Great Caledonian Forest – the ancient woods that once cloaked much of northern Scotland – still figures prominently in both the Scottish landscape and imagination. The remaining areas of old-growth Caledonian pinewood are now precious and protected, and to walk through them is to reconnect with an era of true wilderness – a bygone time of lynx, brown bears and wolves.