Ndulge – bathe like Cleopatra

Written by on July 29, 2013 in Beauty, Body & Mind, Salons & Spa's, Wellbeing - Comments Off on Ndulge – bathe like Cleopatra

Aftershave-Balm-photo-300x199This Saturday allmygoodness attended Islington summer fair on Islington Green and came across a wonderful, organic brand of beauty products. Ndulge is the brainchild of the lovely, most helpful, Jacalyn Belgrave and since the company was started, business has rocketed. Ndulge specialises in wonderfully scented handmade soaps, bath and skin care products to inspire your every mood, and candles to create the atmosphere you desire. All their products are made with the purest of ingredients to leave you feeling refreshed and wanting more. They attend craft fairs, various community trade and school events and you can recommend events for them to attend.

It has been known for many centuries that milk has fantastic qualities cleopatra_milk_bath1for looking after the skin. Cleopatra was known to bathe in large quantities of yaks milk and the ancient Greeks washed their faces with goats’ milk to make the skin soft, supple and youthful. Ndulge offer organic goats’ milk bath powder. allmygoodness recommend Ndulge’s organic goats’ milk powder with rose flavouring.

They also sell wonderful aftershave balm, salt scrubs and Epsom salts which are fantastic for detox.

If you do have any queries regarding ordering, this can be done online via paypal, or credit card once Ndulge have been contacted initially.  Alternatively, send an email to encryptedEmail([104,114,101,102,61,34,105,110,102,111,64,110,100,117,108,103,101,117,114,115,101,102,46,99,111,46,117,107],[104,114,101,102,61,34,105,110,102,111,64,110,100,117,108,103,101,117,114,115,101,102,46,99,111,46,117,107]);">.

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Christina Latham

Christina is one of our original writers who helped with the launch of allmygoodness. She has a love for finding vintage treasures and organic products in unexpected, undiscovered places. She has previously worked as a journalist for CD News at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy and Bader TV News in Berlin. She also writes freelance articles for Fitzrovia News and BetaTwentyOne. Follow her on Twitter @ChristinaLatha