Gift Boxes are Here!

October 23, 2020

Gift Boxes are Here!

Beautiful AND sustainable.

You want the recipient of your amazing skincare gift to have a lovely unboxing experience, right? 

That’s why we take great care in preparing our gift boxes so they are festive!
In the same way our skincare containers are sustainable (glass, paper, metal), the boxes and packing materials are eco-friendly too.
It makes perfect sense that these self-care gifts look gorgeous with names like,
"Goddess Gift Set"
"Body Worship Kit"
...and more.
What do you think? See for yourself now.
Take care,
Cindy





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