Blackberry & Thyme Gardeners Range from Woods of Windsor

This Blackberry & Thyme Gardener’s Range from Woods of Windsor is such a pretty set with such an amazing scent I just felt I had to give it a shout out. Of course I expect quality and consistency from this heritage brand but I hadn’t expected to be so enchanted by the scent that I went out and bought blackberries and thyme for the photos and then made Sunday lunch particularly designed to use up the ingredients!

Woods of Windsor Gardeners range

I don’t know for sure the reason it’s a gardeners range. Whether it’s to protect and repair hands that have been challenged by conditions in the garden or whether it’s to reflect the gorgeous garden produce that you can expect in an English garden. As someone who hasn’t done any gardening for at least 40 years I can assure you that you don’t need to be a gardener to be delighted with this range.

I tried the Nourishing Hand CreamExfoliating Hand Scrub and Moisturising Hand Wash. The fragrance for all the products is built from green tea, blackberry, rosemary, thyme, mimosa, white jasmine, musk and amber.

The hand cream contains shea butter, with antibacterial and healing thyme oil and blackberry extract that’s rich in anti-oxidants and essential fatty acids to protect and moisturise. It softens and smooths hands and conditions nails.

With the same fragrance, anti bacterial, protective and moisturising properties the scrub also contains pumice to cleanse and remove ingrained dirt  leaving hands feeling soft and smooth.

The moisturising hand wash also brings the same fragrance and moisturising benefits with a luxurious foam to leave your hands freshly fragranced and soft. Glorious! All are so reasonably priced and would make gorgeous gifts singly or as a set.

And if you’re wondering where the scent and the props led me in the kitchen I made a blackberry and apple crumble and added the thyme to a roast chicken. I couldn’t let such beautiful ingredients go to waste!

blackberry & thyme

Do you have any beauty products that smell good enough to eat?

Hazel

This post contains PR samples

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