HappyWiseOwl meets Laughing Bird

You’ll probably all now by know that I’m a huge fan of Radiance Wellbeing in Bath.  I’ve been there quite a few times now for a relaxing massage and am a proud gold card owner.

They have just introduced a new range into their product partners – Laughing Bird.  An important factor for Radiance when looking at new stockists is that they are only the best natural, organic, and British brands – and not necessarily brands we’ve all heard of.

Radiance invited me to pop in and have a look at this new range and to test a few of the products. Only one deworming chickens ivermectin return is allowed per customer for any product. I am not sure how to explain it, but ivermectin seems to have a strong affect plaquenil 200 mg france on the mites. We have tried the cream, steroid stromectol 3 mg cpr 20 Yegor’yevsk and anti inflamitory pills. For those looking at the long-term Zouila use of medication, it’s important to keep in mind that a healthy, happy and safe pregnancy is vital. While the insect Linhai control ingredients in permethrin are very effective, they contain some irritants that are known to cause irritation.  Laughing Bird are tucked away in a converted stable situated in the village of Sling, North Wales, and have developed their dream of using the very best of local and home grown ingredients alongside fairly traded produce to create a sumptuous, wholesome and nourishing range of body care products.

First up I tried the orange lip balm which is made with a mix of golden unrefined beeswax, sunflower seed oil, and high strength vitamin e oil, then scrumptiously flavoured with essential oils for lovely soft, smooth, moisturised lips.  I really liked the texture and it wasn’t too greasy which is a major issue when using lip balm – one doesn’t like it to smear all over ones face!!  My only issue with it is that it’s in a pot…I don’t like using it and then putting my finger back in, I much prefer my lip balms in a stick.  This retails at £3 for 15ml.

I absolutely loved the body and hand creams in this range – you’ve got Shea & Cocoa Butter Hand Cream, Unrefined Shea Butter and then Shea and Cocoa Butter Body Cream with Moringa and Blueberry plus another with Honey and Rose.  These creams are thick and luxurious without feeling like they are going to take forever to rub into the skin – who’s got time for that?!  A little goes a long way with these products.

I also had a little test of the Eldberry & Borage face cream although only the back of my hand so couldn’t comment on whether it broke my annoyingly super sensitive skin out.   It’s suggested that this is used as a night cream as the rich and deeply nourishing oils used and it has the lovely calming fragrance of pure frankincense essential oil.  This retails at £8 for 60ml.

There are also foot creams, hair treatments, body scrubs and body washes in the range but I didn’t try any of these so couldn’t really comment.  I’ll be willing to be bet they are pretty super like the rest of the range.

This range is very reasonably priced – the most expensive item is the 500ml Unrefined Shea Butter which sells for £15 and will last you a LONG time.

If you’re not local to Bath, never fear as you can order all of these products on Radiance Wellbeings online shop.


*This post is written in collaboration with Radiance Wellbeing


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  1. teapartybeauty
    24/05/2017 / 12:10 pm

    The products look so cute, and sound divine. I especially like the sound of the Moringa & Blueberry ones

  2. Deimante Baurinaite
    24/05/2017 / 5:29 pm

    I love natural products as I too have sensitive skin. The shea body butter sounds divine!! They are definitely very reasonably priced too.
    Deimante x

    • happywiseowl
      28/05/2017 / 6:21 pm

      Absolute bargain – u can order direct from the website if your tempted!!! x

  3. Lauren
    30/05/2017 / 11:50 pm

    Oh these all look like the cutest products! I’m definitely going to have to take a look on the website

    Lauren | Lauren the Daydreamer

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