Oh, I find much simple pleasure when I’ve had a tiring day, in the bath, in the bath…!
Boo! Halloween’s just around the corner, so we’re taking inspiration from a fabulous Pinterest Board put together by Felt fan Kerri Du Pont. For your education (and survival chances), please pay attention as we present a crafty girls’ guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse…
It’s nearly that time… that time when we start exposing pale winter skin to the world again. We reckon the best way to feel gorgeous is to start with a good scrub to slough off winter.
Shaye Yearsley, creator of the gorgeous skincare range Aporah, trained as a wholefoods nutritionist shortly before getting married six years ago. She says she has always been a little obsessed with making things herself…
Peace. It can be hard to find a little island of calm in today’s frantic world. We found some lovely serenity-inducing goodies to inspire and encourage a little quiet contemplation in your day
Winter has its share of delights – crisp clear mornings, cosy evenings by the fire, snow – but there’s no denying the cold weather can be hard on a body. We’ve been hunting for ways to make winter more comfortable and cosy.
Travel, wine and a love for natural products has led Otago-based Amy Burke down the path to The Cottage Soap Co., her handmade soaps and skincare business. Her passion for good food and wine has translated to a skincare range characterised by rich essential oils, so delicious they’re almost edible!
Treat yourself. Indulgence never smelled so sweet.
Sylvia Plath once said “There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won’t cure, but I don’t know many of them.”
From a little riverside cottage in Otago, Rosie Riley creates beautiful batches of the boutique soap that her shop Honey and Spice is known for. Rosie’s passion for soap-making has inspired her to build her craft into a literal cottage industry, and she can often be seen among local markets with her brightly coloured wooden barrow laden in luscious soaps, in full Victorian swing.