Mother’s Day Pamper Gift Set
£21.95 – £28.95
Get your mum this wonderful relaxing, pampering set, full of organic beauty treats; everything she needs for the most relaxing Mother’s Day.
Includes FREE Mother’s Day postcard and envelope.
Handmade Avocado & Shea Butter soap, Soothing Organic Hand Lotion, Luxury Organic Bath Melts x 4, an organic tea bag to make a wonderfully relaxing cup of tea, plus 2 Belgian heart shaped chocolates.
With the option to have it presented in a kraft gift box or an organic toiletry bag, to keep your toiletries or make up beautiful.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, 14th March.
The ultimate Mother's Day Pamper Gift Set - the six products your Mum needs to have the most wonderful pamper and treat:
- Handmade Avocado & Shea Butter soap - delicately scented handmade soap, with cocoa butter, shea butter and avocado oil, makes washing a seriously enjoyable experience.
- Soothing Organic Hand Lotion - a gorgeous, deeply hydrating hand lotion in a beautiful blue glass bottle (which can be returned and reused), scented with uplifting rosewood and ylang ylang.
- Luxury Organic Bath Melts - set of 4 flower-shaped melts which turn baths into the most wonderful, luxurious experience, leaving you with soft, moisturised skin.
- An organic Rose tea bag (Yogi) to make a wonderfully relaxing, aromatic cup of tea with a range of herbs and petals to promote wellbeing.
- Two Belgian heart shaped chocolates - because you've got to have a little chocolately treat.
- PLUS FREE - a gorgeous Mother's Day Greeting Card.
- Optional: organic toiletry bag to keep your toiletries or make up beautiful - perfect for make up, toiletries, and even as a pencil case.
Make the most of this pamper gift set now, as it is just whilst stocks last.
See each product listing for full ingredients.
All products in this set suitable for vegans.
Palm Oil Free.
Plastic Free - including zero waste items.
Against animal testing
Please recycle the packaging.
Want to know more about the origins of Mother's Day?
Mothering Sunday has been celebrated on the fourth Sunday in Lent, in the UK and Ireland, since the 16th century. Like many traditions and festivities, Mothering Sunday began with a religious purpose. Held exactly three weeks before Easter Sunday, it was a originally a day to honour and give thanks to the Virgin Mary, also known as Mother Mary. Such celebrations required people to visit their 'mother' church - the main church or cathedral in a family's area. The spread of Christianity throughout Europe in the 16th century increased the celebrations and firmly put Mothering Sunday on the calendar. It was believed to be essential for people to return to their home 'mother' church to make it a true family honoured occasion. The gatherings reunited families and gave children who worked as domestic servants, or as apprentices away from home (from as early as ten years old), the opportunity to have the day off to join their family and see their mother.
The religious day increased its scope from thanking Mother Mary to a 'mother' church celebration and finally opened up as an occasion to thank and appreciate all mothers; thus creating Mothering Sunday.
Whilst the day had a firm following for many centuries since the 16th century, by 1935 it started to decrease in popularity and was celebrated less and less in Europe, until WWII. The Americans and Canadians celebrated Mother's Day during the war, feeling a crucial need to give thanks to their mothers whilst away at war. The Brits and other Europeans followed their comrades and they too gave thanks to their mothers; since then it earns pride of place on the UK calendar.
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