Lavender and Rosemary Hand Salve by Annings

£7.00

The herbaceous scent of lavender and rosemary, with local Dorset beeswax, will delicately transport you to an English late summer garden. You’ll almost be able to hear the bees buzzing. Handmade with plant, seed and fruit oils this salve is a nutrient packed formulation that replenishes hands and rough patches of skin.

The beeswax that goes into Annings products is made by their bee mad friends of over 35 years, who live just over the hill from Annings HQ. Bees for them are a way of life, and ensuring their happiness is priority number one.

Replenish skin • Handmade in the UK • Dorset beeswax • Natural plant oils • Recycled paper labels and infinitely recyclable tin

Available in two sizes:

  • 20g: Net Weight: ℮ 20  g  /  Dimensions: D 55 x 20 H mm

  • 50g:  Net Weight: ℮ 50  g  /  Dimensions: D 70 x 25 H mm

Ingredients:
  • Theobroma cacao seed butter (Cocoa butter); Cera alba (Beeswax); Olea europaea fruit oil (Olive oil pomace); Helianthus annuus seed oil (Sunflower oil); Persea gratissima oil (Avocado oil); Camellia oleifera seed oil (Camellia seed oil); Lavandula angustifolia flower oil (Lavender essential oil); Calendula officinalis flower extract (Calendula flower oil); Tocopheryl acetate (Vitamin E oil); Rosmarinus officinalis leaf oil (Rosemary essential oil); Linalol; Limonene.

Nestled in the rolling hills of Dorset's Jurassic Coast, Annings is a family run artisan soap maker that uses a traditional cold production process. 

They take a simple and honest approach to life and craft their soap in much the same way. All the soaps are handmade with care and pride in small batches. Each ingredient is selected to nourish, replenish and for their divine floral and earthy fragrances. 

These traditional skincare remedies are natural and cruelty free. They contain NO ‘nasties’ such as artificial or synthetic ingredients, plastic, palm oil, parabens, triclosan, phthalates or sls. 

Every year millions of tonnes of seashells are discarded by the fishing industry. Rather than see these unloved seashells go to waste, Annings decided to upcycle them into an eco-friendly material that forms the basis of their soap.

Annings collect seashells from sustainable British scallop fisheries and process them using a unique method — and an Annings secret — to harness their naturally restorative properties. This process helps to create a soap that is longer lasting, great for your skin and helps the environment!