Monday, 13 May 2013

Introducing / Sabon

A bit of holiday shopping!
You can notice the Sabon boutiques all over Amsterdam; actually, the brand started out in 1997 in Tel Aviv and it's now available worldwide - not in UK, unfortunately.
I was attracted by the pretty window's displays and beautiful scents coming through the door.
Inside you'll find beauty products for face and body - everything comes in retro and quaint packaging.  
There's also a fountain tap where you can try the products - an oasis of relax and enjoyable atmosphere. 
It was really hard to decide on a wee something to take home but in the end I chose the Mineral Powder for the bath in Honey Peach... as you can imagine, it smells divine!!!
The glass jar is a pretty addition to my bath product collection and looks stunning in my bathroom.
The powder is really fine and it's a combination of sea salt, magnesium, calcium and essential oils that help lower blood pressure and relax tired muscles. This powder doesn't foam but fills the bath with nourishing and moisturizing oils and can also provide relief for eczema and rheumatism.
It's a shame that you can't get this brand in the UK, yet - and the website www.sabon.nl is not available in english - because it would make a great place to buy gifts; definitely, a place to treat yourself or others because it's not cheap - the mineral powder is 19.95euros but it will last a long time.
I'm so glad it survived the flight back home, hehe... and thank you to my husband for buying me this fab treat! ;)
xxx

18 comments:

  1. This looks lovely! Massive jar! x

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    1. yeah, its expensive but you get loads of product too. x

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  2. Looks wonderful... I wonder how it smells =)

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  3. I can only imagine how amazing that smells! xx

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  4. This sounds perfect, I bet it smells divine! I will definitely check it out if I ever end up in Amsterdam! x

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    1. hehe, yeah it's a lovely brand. x

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  5. This sounds amazing and I absolutely love the packaging! Shame it's not more available, but I'll be sure to look for it if I'm ever abroad x

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    1. I know, it's a shame.. hpefully in the future. x

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  6. The packaging is gorgeous, I wish they were in the UK! x

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  7. Just found your blog, happy to have found another blogger from Glasgow :) ! I've never heard of Sabon before but now I really want to try some of their products! x

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  8. Aaah it's huge! :-D I'd love to try Sabon some day. I haven't done so so far.

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    1. I'd love to try more products too.

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