How to cure really dry hands
Luxury bath and body product retailer Molton Brown has embraced its British heritage with the launch of a limited edition dew pettigree hand wash and hand lotion, inspired by the walled secret gardens of London.
In the mad mania that is London Town, beautiful green spaces are essential to the sanity of its inhabitants.
Molton Brown has cleverly drawn on this truth by transforming it into a clever marketing metaphor; just as gardens calm and nourish the soul, so too does Molton Brown calm and nourish the skin.
The wash and lotion have been designed to rescue dry and overworked hands through a combination of rosemary extract and the protecting properties of English pettigree, which includes flavanoids, minerals and saponosides.
Summer sun is known to weather the skin and Molton Brown’s new products offer a great solution on how to cure really dry hands.
Even the product’s soft green colour is garden-inspired, and the bold floral graphic is a contemporary twist on a traditional concept; red poppies, bluebells and Queen Anne’s Lace sit side-by-side with the exotic Chrysanthemums and Elephant Garlic.
Molton Brown has de-grannified the notion of floral with a clever reference to the cosmopolitan essence of the great city of London, which boasts an assimilation of grand architectural style and beautiful green gardens and parks.
For more info on how to cure really dry hands with the dew pettigree hand wash and hand lotion, visit Moltonbrown.co.uk.
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