Introducing The GOODNESS Range From Baylis & Harding

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I'm a big fan of Baylis & Harding, I feel like their products are at a luxury standard but with an affordable price tag and I already have quite a lot of products from B&H dotted around my house from hand wash, bath soak, hand and body lotion and more. So when they got in touch to tell me about their brand new GOODNESS range which is plant-based and also vegan and cruelty-free, I couldn't say no to giving the range a whirl.

The range contains organic extracts and essential oils and there are four fragrances to choose from in the new range which are: Lemongrass & Ginger, Sea Kelp & Peppermint, Rose & Geranium and Oud, Cedar & Amber. I was sent over the Lemongrass & Ginger range to try. The packaging for the GOODNESS range is the same this time around and all of the bottles are 100% post-consumer recyclable.

The Natural Body Wash RRP £4* comes in a big 500ml bottle so it's a complete steal at £4. It lathers up nicely and leaves your skin feeling super soft and leaves it smelling fresh and citrusy thanks to the Lemongrass and Ginger fragrance and because it contains essential oils the smell lingers all day long which I really like, especially considering how affordable it is!

The Natural Bath Soak RRP £4 (500ml)* creates a lovely blanket of bubbles and I feel like the essential oils in the range really shine through in the bath soak in particular. It really does leave you feeling super relaxed but also uplifted, which is definitely need right now, especially when I'm having an "off" day.

They also have the Natural Hand Wash RRP £4* which comes in the same big 500ml bottle, it's that big that I've had to put it by the sink in the kitchen as our bathroom sink is too small for the bottle to sit on haha. I've actually been really struggling with any hand wash I've purchased recently as they seem to dry out my hands more, especially between my fingers which just feels and looks gross. However, the Baylis and Harding hand wash doesn't seem to be making my hands dry out which is fab. I've also been using their soap bar from the Royale Garden range to wash my hands aswell as it leaves them feeling super soft.

I've only used the Natural Hand Cream* a handful of times just because I'm currently using up a couple of almost empty tubes of hand creams. I seem to have them dotted all around the house at the minute because of how much I'm washing my hands but this once is a nice in-between kind of hand cream as it's quite lightweight and dries quickly. 

I haven't actually tried the 200g Natural Soap RRP £2.50* yet, however, it smells very strong so I'm guessing it jam-packed with the essential oils and fragrance and it also comes in cardboard packaging so it's more sustainable. There's also an exfoliating soap available to buy too.

Overall I've found the Lemongrass and Ginger range really uplifting so it's a great scent to choose if you're looking for something to perk you up right now without breaking the bank. I'm already thinking about picking up a couple of products from the Rose & Geranium range once I run out of these ones. If you're interested in trying some products from the range yourself then it is available to buy from Boots and Amazon.

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