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Elements Boutique Spa unveils eco-friendly skincare and body collection, inspired by nature’s palette
30 Nov 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
Elements Boutique Spa has developed a natural range that is vegan and cruelty-free / Elements Boutique Spa
Using nature as our palette, we’re proud to have created a beautiful, natural and environmentally-conscious skin and body care range
– Sara Last
Countryside English spa resort, Elements Boutique Spa, has created its first luxury all-natural skincare and body care range and secured a 220-store listing in UK wellness retail giant, Holland and Barrett.

Drawing inspiration from the resort’s Somerset settings, real spa experiences and guest feedback, Elements Boutique has developed a range that is vegan, natural, free from SLS and mineral oils, and never tested on animals.

The skincare collection is a nourishing range designed to suit all skin types, while the bath and body collection is inspired by the four natural elements and indigenous botanicals on the spa’s land.

The collection blends focus on the elements: Earth products are made from a grounding combination of patchouli, geranium and vetiver, Fire products consist of a warming blend of cedarwood, lemon and ginger, Air products use an uplifting concoction of peppermint, eucalyptus and pine, while Water products feature a revitalising blend of grapefruit, mandarin and geranium.

Launching with a Cleansing Balm, Facial Scrub, Facial Oils, Facial Mask and Facial Moisturiser,
Elements Boutique has used balms and oils as bases for the products, in an eco-conscious move away from using water in the range.

Sustainability is at the heart of the spa, which is also actively reducing its reliance on plastics and consciously choosing glass bottles and jars to enable easy recycling.

Sara Last, co-founder of the collection, said: “Using nature as our palette and drawing from guest feedback, we’re proud to have created a beautiful, natural and environmentally conscious skin and body care range.

“It allows everyone an element of our spa experience at home.”
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