Roger & Gallet at Christmas

Gingembre

Armand Roger & Charles Gallet established a perfumery in 1862 – so I figure that this is a brand that knows a lot about what makes good perfume! There’s more about the history stuff here but I really just wanted to tell you a bit about a couple of their products that I tried recently. Above are the Gingembre Rouge Body Lotion and Shower Gel. I was thinking about how they’d make a lovely present but also how nice they are to have in the bathroom when you have guests over Christmas.

The Gingembre Rouge Body Lotion hydrates and energizes and is enriched with naturally derived aloe vera and pomegranate oils. It has a light formula that leaves skin soft and subtly fragranced.

The Gingembre Rouge Shower Gel is very soft and is soap-free. It has a light foam that cleanses without being drying. Like the lotion its enriched with aloe vera and suits all skin types. There are no parabens, no artificial colourings, and no surfactants.

Christmas Crackers

I also came across these really cute crackers! The one I tried was the Fleur d’Osmanthus Hand and Nail Cream cracker.

Inside the cracker is the Fleur d’Osmanthus Hand & Nail Cream 30ml, a beautifully scented nourishing cream formulated with a shea butter base. It’s quickly absorbed to repair and protect. The fragrance of Fleur d’Osmanthus is a blend of grapefruit, osmanthus and mandarin.

So glad to have found out a little more about this classic brand – it feels like a really Christmassy treat.

Is this a brand you’ve tried before? What do you think of it?

Hazel

These products were gifted to me for review and the post contains affiliate links.

 

 

 

 

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