The Baylis and Harding Goodness collection is the newest collection from Baylis and Harding, and it’s giving me serious Aesop vibes, but for a fraction of the price. The whole concept behind the Baylis and Harding Goodness collection is a range of natural skincare products without costing the earth. Baylis & Harding introduces new Goodness, an innovative, affordable and sustainably luxurious collection that is kind to skin and kind to the planet.
Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Collection
“Experience a sense of natural ‘goodness’ with this new plant based and dermatologically approved skin-loving range. With organic extracts and essential oils, the Goodness collection of hand washes, body washes, bath soaks, hand creams, and vegetable based soaps are brimming with feel-good benefits.
Wellbeing starts with life’s little moments – a relaxing bath, an invigorating shower or simply hand washing with a beautifully fragranced soap. Baylis & Harding know a thing or two about the small pleasures to be gained from daily cleansing rituals – the mini mood boosters that help lift the spirits and get you through the day!“
There are four different fragrance ranges within the Goodness collection;
- Lemongrass & Ginger (for a fresh burst of natural energy)
- Sea Kelp & Peppermint (for a moment of calm)
- Rose & Geranium (for a fragrant mood boost)
- Oud, Cedar & Amber (aromatic and uplifting)
The Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Collection is just one of those four scent ranges within the Goodness collection, and I have five products from the Lemongrass & Ginger collection.
Goodness is registered by the Vegan Society and uses 98 per cent naturally-derived ingredients. The bottle packaging is also 100 per cent post-consumer recyclable too, which goes to show, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get your hands on natural, good quality beauty products.
Lemongrass & Ginger
Lemongrass and ginger – a perfectly matched compilation, with a rich heart of ginger and lemongrass, expertly blended with black pepper, citrus and bergamot for added freshness. Underpinned by nutmeg and cinnamon for spicy undertones, this sensory explosion is generously enriched by no fewer than ten essential oils; Lemongrass, lemon, Lime, orange, eucalyptus, nutmeg, patchouli, cedarwood, cinnamon, geranium.
The five products I have from the Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Collection are;
- Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Natural Hand Cream £2.99 – With mild, plant based moisturising ingredients the 75ml hand cream will leave your hands feeling beautifully soft.
- Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Natural Soap £2.50 – A mild, vegetable based soap with moisturising ingredients that will cleanser your body from top to toe and is also 100% vegan.
- Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Natural Bath Soak £4.00 – Soak up the natural extracts with the 500ml bath Soak. Made in England. Vegan. 100% recyclable bottles. With mild, plant based cleansers.
- Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Natural Hand Wash £4.00 – Treat your hands to the 500ml hand Wash. Made in England. Vegan. 100% recyclable bottles. With mild, plant based cleansers.
- Baylis and Harding Goodness Lemongrass & Ginger Natural Body Wash £4.00 – 500ml Natural Body Wash with organic extracts of Orange & Black Pepper.
It always blows me away how affordable the Baylis and Harding products are. They always smell incredible, but this Lemongrass & Ginger has the most amazing fresh and invigorating scent, and I love that you can truly layer the scent when using the whole range.
The packaging designs for the Baylis and Harding Goodness collection is so sleek, and they really do look incredibly similar to the minimalist Aesop products, but obviously significantly more affordable, and the whole Goodness range is available right now.
You can find the new Baylis & Harding Goodness range at Boots and Waitrose both online and instore.
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