Stylish Starter-Kits by Victorian Garden

Stylish Starter-Kits from Victorian Garden

So one of my favourite organic brands, The Victorian Garden Skincare Company have come up with a great new ‘starter kit idea’. These Bamboo rolls are wonderful for ladies who haven’t tried VG before and want to get a feel for their products, or simply to give to someone as a gift (*wink wink)

The Victorian Garden Bamboo Rolls

For about R150, you get a beautiful bamboo roll, filled with a variety of your choice. There are four different varieties which you can choose from.

Classic Starter Pack: (retail price R152)

  • Rosemary & Lavender Cleansing Cream
  • Neroli & Lemon Day Moisturiser
  • Apricot & Walnut Facial Scrub
  • Rosemary & Geranium Hand Cream
  • Rosemary & Geranium Body Lotion

This classic collection features best selling products from the original Victorian Garden range, formulated to balance and correct skin imperfections. A perfect pack for first time users or trial pack for testing out new products in smaller sizes.

African Indigenous Starter Pack (retail price R152)

  • Cape Aloe & Propolis Day Cream
  • Green Avocado & Lemongrass Hand Cream
  • Wild Rosemary & Vanilla Showergel
  • Wild Basil & Rooibos Shampoo
  • Wild Olive & Vanilla Conditioner

The African Indigenous collection uses powerful African ingredients based on ancients secrets and natural remedies to improve skin condition. Experience the benefits of these unique ingredients through smaller sized products in this starter pack.

Travel Package (retail price R152)

  • Rosemary & Lavender Cleansing Cream
  • Neroli & Lemon Day Moisturiser
  • Rosemary & Lime Herbal Shamppo
  • Rosemary & Geranium Hand Cream
  • Rosemary & Lavender Conditioner

Take your favourite Victorian Garden essentials with you on your travels in convenient sizes, suitable for keeping in your handbag or putting in your cabin luggage. You’ll never have to compromise using hotel cosmetics with this nifty package!

Home Spa Collection (retail price R210)

  • Rosemary & Lavender Cleansing Cream
  • Apricot & Walnut Facial Scrub
  • Apricot & Rose Cream Mask
  • Cape Aloe & Propolis Day Cream
  • Mango & Vanilla Scrub
  • Rosemary & Geranium Body Lotion
  • Peppermint & Lemongrass Foot Balm

Pamper yourself or delight a friend with this gorgeous Home-Spa treatment pack. It includes carefully selected products to treat the face, body and feet which will leave you feeling rejuvenated and your skin glowing and nourished.

A luxury kit like this is just what you need to wet your appetite for Victorian Garden’s quality skincare products!

For more info, you can go to http://www.thevictoriangarden.co.za

Repurpose Magazines

If you’re like me and LOVE magazines, then I am sure you also have the problem magazine piles getting higher and higher. So what do you do with them? Here are a few ideas!

  • Donate them to your local library. Our library has limited funds, so we usually donate old books (and a whole STACK of my magazines) to them. They sell it for a odd Rand or two, and this means new books for them!
  • Give them to a doctor’s office, or a old age home. There will always be a need for a good read, so share them with a hospital, old age home, or even a school. There are many schools that use magazine for projects etc.
  • Recycle them! In this way, they can be used to make brand new magazines for you to read. To get more info on recycling newspapers/magazines, you can contact The Paper Recycling Association of South Africa at 011 803 5063 (www.prasa.co.za) or Mondi Recycling at 012 386 1381 (www.paperpickup.co.za)
  • Recreate them! If you are feeling creative, why not make something new out of your old magazines? Here are some ideas for you to get started on. I am sure most of you already saw the first picture, but I decided to add it anyway, as I think it is such a cool idea! With my growing stack, I will be able to have a whole set of these “chairs”!

Magazine Frame

Inspiration Boxes

Envelope

Magazine Necklace

 

Have fun! :)

 

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