My Best Brand Find A/W 14 : Neal's Yard Remedies

Thursday, 13 November 2014

Neal's Yard Remedies held a gorgeous blogger event recently at their Norwich store, it celebrated the launch of their Frankincense range but it was chance to get to grips with all their fantastic organic products.
The shop was filled with the most amazing fragrant candles which made a really sensual experience of exploring the products. Created from organic ingredients which they source themselves and the smell was amazing. Despite their organic label ( which I sometimes think of as they have to be used up pretty quickly ) they still have a long shelf life so these products really do last.
As I've got older I have definitely got more intrigued as to what the products I use have in them and I find myself checking label after label. It's so good to have found a brand where none of that checking is necessary and you can really enjoy the products worry free!
The event had two therapist where we had holistic back,neck and shoulder massages and a reflexology treatment all using the NYR products. The scents are all really calming and relaxing which is something I personally love in a candle or bath oil to relax with at the end of a stressful day.
I am currently testing out their products to give you a full in depth review of what I think and how they work for me, so this will be published at a later date!

NYR is my best brand find this A/W and I have more posts to go up on here which are more in depth about my favourite products and a post about an element of NYR you may not know about! Keep your eyes peeled on here for those and on my twitter @hollybobbinblog for when I publish those!

All their products are available on their website :

Take a Look and leave your favourites in the comments below or any you think I should try!

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