Hey guys, so this post begins with a video, explaining a little bit about my break away from blogging and what I’ve been up to. Read on to find out about some of the plans I’m making for Cherry Essentials and what I’ve got in store for the blog and you, the readers, in the future.
Thanks for watching! Ignore the background, I was filming mid-rearranging everything and that desk was the only place with good lighting. Anyway, as promised, read on to get the latest news from Cherry Essentials!
Plans I’m making for the blog…
Coming up, I’ll be taking you behind the scenes where you’ll see me making some of my products and I’ll fill you in about some of the awesome ingredients I’m using and why. I will demonstrate how incorporating elements of meditation and mindfulness can enhance the benefits of using some of the products. I’ll also be contemplating why “it’s more than just moisturising” and why I moisturise as part of my self-care routine. There’s loads more to look forward to including “Product of The Month” but I’m not going to spoil it by giving it all away now! Moving on…
Plans I’m making for Cherry Essentials…
I’m introducing new tins for the massage bars! The new tins have pop-off lids, are more durable and look nicer (I think) than the old ones which dint too easily and have screw-caps: not ideal when you’ve just moisturised your hands.
Whadya think? Do you prefer the new ones over the old ones? I definitely do!
What if I started putting all my products in aluminium tins instead of the beloved blue glass jars? I love the blue glass, I think it’s classy and the colour serves the purpose of protecting the product from photodegradation. Blue is also just wonderful of course. However, aluminium can’t smash, it’s way lighter than glass and it can contain and protect the product in equal measure. Is it possible aluminium might leave something to be desired classiness-wise? Or is it just staring me in the face that I should go for aluminium because it’s much more recyclable? I would love to hear your thoughts on what material you think Cherry Essentials products should be in. Please feel free to comment below!
Quick Shout Out
I would just like to give a shout out to a couple of my stockists…
Bread and Butterflies, Trent Blvd, West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire
I’m in love with this place! The atmosphere is always happy and relaxed, service is impeccable and the food is beyond delectable. If that wasn’t enough the handcrafted and bespoke gift selection is extremely attractive! Boasting cushions, photo frames, crockery and more. Seductively stylish home ware in other words! Visit their Facebook page to get the updates!
You will also find the full Cherry Essentials range here, so feel free to sample some aroma-therapeutic delights over a nice cup of tea and a slice of cake! Go on, treat yourself.
I will be visiting these guys soon with a box of lovely re-stock so I will be sure to take a few snapshots of my time there and sample some cake and let you know how that goes.
The Elephant Rooms, Draycott, Derbyshire
A beautifully relaxing, colourful sanctuary, bringing a diverse range of natural therapies, classes and workshops together under one roof and promoting health and wellbeing for the local community. Click here to visit the Facebook page and find out what’s on when. I can hardly wait for Julia’s gong bath on June 6th! Pop on down, you need to see this place. Vibrant, relaxing surroundings and like-minded people, perfection.
Make yourself a cuppa while you wait for your class to start and enjoy sampling some of the Cherry Essentials range.
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