All the essential products for a luxury shower experience brought together into a smart gift box for the ultimate men's gift, all infused with a definitive masculine Spanish Fig & Nutmeg fragrance - punctuated with clove, resting on a base of sandalwood, cedar and exotic patchouli oil.
Gift box contains:
- 150g triple-milled vegetable based soap made with 97% natural ingredients including extracts to cleanse and tone
- 260ml stimulating hair and body wash created with 97% natural ingredients
- 50ml roll-on deodorant free from parabens, aluminium and sulphates to keep you fresh and dry throughout the day
The Spanish Fig & Nutmeg Collection - Warming Nutmeg, Seductive Fig
This popular collection has become a contemporary men's classic with a devoted following. This comprehensive range of quality shaving, bathing and bodycare has been specifically developed for men's skin. Each formulation is packed with natural extracts renowned for their soothing and nourishing qualities, keeping skin healthy and smooth every day.
Bath House is based in the heart of Cumbria. The company has been creating its own unique fragrances since 1997 and supplies many of the best independent retailers throughout the UK - 'Our ethos is to always strive to create something special and individual, but with bags of style, made in Britain and created to exceed all expectations.' All the products are hand-finished, the bodycare products and fragrances are unique and can take up to 12 months to develop and test before the product is produced. Essential oils and natural extracts are used in all the products, specially picked for their beneficial qualities. None of the products have been tested on animals, no animal ingredients are used in any of the products, and all the soap bars are vegetable-based. Natural preservatives are used wherever possible. Paper and board is sourced from a local mill in Cumbria, and every effort is made to ensure that the extracts are from a sustainable and ethical source. Everything is designed at the home of Bath House in Sedburgh, Cumbria.