Following Bamford's successful foray into bath and body products, it's little surprise the brand's new skincare range is not only as luxurious as their previous wares, but channels the same natural and organic roots.
Bamford's commitment to using natural ingredients has manifested itself in the use of fruit and yeast enzymes as an alternative to synthetic ingredients. The natural potency of the strawberry seed aroma in the 'Life' collection is particularly impressive, as is the use of soy stem cells for their restorative properties.
How we wish we lived in Daylesford (opens in new tab) with Lady Bamford, who has provided inspirational quotes for the packaging (focusing on Daylesford's vast orchards and when the perfect time to pick strawberries would be). She is confident of the rejuvenating powers of rosehip; after sampling the new Restore Elixir, and seeing the work she has done at her organic farm, we're inclined to believe her.
The skincare range has been developed with help from the therapists at Bamford's Haybarn Spas who were keen to create facial treatments – previously a conspicuous gap in their retreat services. This month, the spas have launched two new treatments: a Bespoke Facial, which includes skin analysis and reflexology, and a longer Signature Facial which includes a footbath and deep tissue back massage. Both showcase the new skincare range; a plethora of serums, creams, balms and lotions leaving your skin infused with everything from apple to cotton thistle flower.
After bath, body and baby ranges, their new gender-neutral skincare collection is a natural next step.
Bamford Bespoke Facial, £85; Bamford Signature Facial, £130; Restore Elixir, £75; Moisturising Lotion, £80. For more infomation on the new skincare range visit Bamford (opens in new tab), or Haybarn Spas (opens in new tab)
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