I discovered Noble Isle as it’s one of our luxurious bath and body brands we house at work. It’s a new brand established in 2011 made in the UK. They are still adding to their already amazing offering from hand wash, bath & shower gel, body lotion, hand lotion, room diffusers and candles.
The scents (think there’s 8 in total) are all inspired by the British Isle’s the logo is very endearing with a bath tub full of flowers representing each place: Rose-Wales, Daffodil-England, Thistle-Scotland and the Four Leaf Clover-Ireland.
I love the idea of having bath products and room scents all in the same fragrance, it’s feels so pampering and luxurious – perfect for some me time.
Bath & Shower Gel in Willow Song
The design is sleek and modern and on first glance if I’m totally honest looks a little basic, but how wrong you can be!! Once you pick up this product and look at it properly you notice the amazing attention to detail and thought which has gone into the design and the high quality. The more you look the prettier they become, the clear bottles with the delicately coloured liquids all look like precious jewels on the shelf, it’s so hard to choose just one!
The shape of the bottle is easy to use in the shower and is very solid and not flimsy. The pump dispenser is matte black which looks quite chic on your shelf and appeals to both men and women so will make great gifts. It has the logo embossed on the top of the pump and around the top of the bottle near the neck is embossed “Noble Isle EST. 2011
On to the product… I’ve been using this shower gel for just over a week and I’m really enjoying using it. The scent is so refreshing and calming it’s a smell I’ve not experienced before, my husband is enjoying using it too! (poor thing normally has to put up with really girly pink kinda shower gels/creams)
My skin feels clean and hydrated, the scent makes me feel fresh and positive in a romantic kind of way and what’s really nice is that the scent lingers on your skin for a few hours after.
It’s not cheap at £20 available at Liberty London but Noble Isle Shower Gels will now be firmly on my wish list when someone wants an idea of a gift. Here’s the description on the back of the bottle:
Next I will be reviewing the Willow Song Candle and trying out the Rhubarb Rhubarb Hand Wash which is big hit with lot’s of fans already including a few beauty journalist’s.
One last note… here’s the inspiration behind the beautiful Willow Song Scent:
Britain in a Bottle Noble Isle sources water lily and willow from the medieval town of Lavenham: willow bark from the Lavenham Woodland Project, a planting initiative located by the famous Lavenham Walk, a two-mile promenade through green and pleasant English countryside; and water lilies plucked from the 600-year-old spring-fed lake at Lavenham Hall, which has been given new life as the focal point of Kate Denton’s Sculpture Garden.
Have you tried any Noble Isle products or room scent’s I’d love to hear about them?