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Liz Earle Teams Up With Boodles


by IMAGE
23rd Oct 2014

Inspired is a word that’s frequently bandied about. Such is the frequency of inspiration, the kinetic charge could easily light up the national grid. Sadly, not all creative lightning bolts are created equal but every once in a while a spark ignites and pure magic happens.

Such is the vision behind the limited edition Liz Earle Rose Pelargonium Necklace by Boodles. Launching on 17th November (just in time for Christmas) this special necklace (made from ethically-sourced pink sapphires, rose and white gold) makes the perfect gift whilst also giving something back as all profits will be donated to the ?Shining Faces? children’s orphanage in India. That’s 100 per cent – everything – the whole shebang – kit and kaboodle. It’s not often one sees true heart-centred commerce in action so this is 100 per cent worth repeating.

To celebrate this collaboration between Britain’s celebrated fine jewellery brand and well-being guru, the Liz Earle Beauty Co will be giving everyone buying the Liz Earle Rose Pelargonium necklace a luxurious botanical hamper (valued at €300), beautifully decorated with unique illustrations of Pelargonium graveolens by award-winning botanical artist Mark Fothergill. Among the Liz Earle goodies will be Instant Boost Skin Tonic, Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask, Orange Flower Botanical Body Wash, Orange Flower Hand Wash and Botanical Essence No.100, all of which feature rose-scented geranium.

Inspirational? We certainly think so…

The Liz Earle Rose Pelargonium Necklace by Boodles (?1,850) is available from November 17th at Boodles, Grafton Street. www.boodles.com

 

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