4 January 2014

The Review | Bayliss & Harding Gifts

Bayliss & Harding is always a brand you hear around Christmas and is always something I associate with gifts. They do the most incredible gift sets and I was lucky enough to be sent some to try out. Their products scream luxury so I was very flattered and excited when this huge box came through the post.

They have some amazing gift sets, so yes Christmas has gone but you can still pick up some of these amazing bits in your local Debenhams, Boots, John Lewis... Anywhere that sells them really!

My favourite out of these has to be the Candy Cane* stack - full of sugary scented bath goodness this is seriously cute. You get bath salts, shower gels and body lotions all arranged in this neat little stack.

Next up has to be the Lemon Blosson & White Rose* selection, a shower gel and body lotion this scent is oh my god amazing. I love citrusy smells and this is no exception. It isn't too citrus that it's sharp, the white rose tames it and the products themselves are luxury to the max.

Then we have this gorgeous foot collection*. I've had one of these before and it worked wonders. These socks are heavenly - so ridiculously soft and not too heavy that you can still sleep in them. The foot lotion is infused with lavendar - a marmite fragrance for me. I go through periods of loving and hating it. At the moment I love it so this is great.

Lastly we have a very large lot of shower gel, Black Orchid with Fuschia and Silk*. I love the packaging with this and honestly this huge bottle will last me until Christmas 2017. It smells like luxury. I am aware I've used that word a lot in this post but it is what it is.

All in all I am in love with every product I received. Bayliss and Harding are amazing, I did receive more for Christmas from relatives so I'm feeling like a B&H overload - I may need rehad!

You can get Bayliss and Harding from their website here or pop into any Debenhams, Boots, John Lewis. 

What's your favourite from Bayliss & Harding Collection? Which of these would you want?


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