• Freyaluna
  • Llanvalley Soap
  • Welsh Tweed
Freyaluna

Freyaluna

Sami has been in the natural skincare industry for over 6 years, and has qualifications in Herbalism and Aromatherapy. She regularly blogs about body image and skincare issues, has been featured on blogs such as Cosmetic Candy and The Beauty Buff, and writes about skincare issues for Bohozine. I don’t know about you, but when [&hellip
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Llanvalley Soap

Llanvalley Soap

My name is Carol Allen and I make Llanvalley Soap which is pure and Natural; it is made with fresh milk from my goats Lily and Milly… …who are free to spend their days foraging the meadows and hedgerows of our smallholding situated on the banks of the Dee valley near Llangollen in North Wales. [&hellip
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Welsh Tweed

Welsh Tweed

Welsh Tweed was founded by myself (Nikki) and Ann after riding in the idyllic countryside throughout the seasons. With the green fields filled with sheep and lambs and being surrounded by the vibrant colours of the changing countryside we decided to start the Welsh Tweed business. We then went to our local mill where we [&hellip
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