This Kahoko felted exfoliating soap is made with Kenyan aloe and naturally scented. Wrapped with 100% virgin wool, it will gently remove dead skin cells while also cleansing the body to reveal a smooth skin texture. Gentle enough to use daily.
Made with Kenyan Aloe and naturally scented, this Kufanya soap is 100% natural.
Each Kufanya soap has been shaped and wrapped by hand by a group of women knitters located in Kenya’s rural Rift Valley.
Note - A portion of Kahoko’s profits are being reinvested into the knitters group to provide training and to purchase more equipment to enhance the handmade business, in hopes that they can increase their capacity and ensure the survival of the artisan skills
Mr Ryo Kashiwazaki founded Hender Scheme with the goal to transcend the “gender schema”. Each piece is made by hand from raw leather, designed to age beautifully.
This stylish case is great for housing your specs.
Made by Mr Ryo Kashiwazaki in Tokyo, Japan
Naturally derived bathroom cleaner that neutralises germs and odours without the use of harsh chemicals. It doesn't just mask odour but really cleans the air!
Where to use: Counters, Sink Basins, Tubs, Toilets, Tile, Showers, Fixtures & Air.
To use: Spray and wipe. For heavily soiled areas, allow the product to sit a few minutes before wiping clean.
Scent: fig or Australian white grapefruit.
Packaging: PET Recyclable Plastic - 100% Cruelty free.
Note: The silhouette on the label is the only difference between Boys' and Ladies' Bathroom Cleaner.
Picked on 9th February 2014 / Cloudy Day – 270ml
Originally a 19th century amusement park with ceremonial gardens, this place is the historic center of the town with many people sharing fond memories of being on the now disappeared rides. The most prominent memory that is widely shared is riding the large wooden scenic railway style roller coaster which once had over half a million people use it every year. To experience this location is to walk around this monumental disused ride, itself a victim of arson, with the scent of burnt wood and charred leather surrounding you to then find yourself at the back of the site where there was once the ornamental gardens. The fragrance of the burnt ride gives way instead to the Victorian roses that are still growing where they were originally planted and have seen the amusement park in its journey from popularity to demolition and finally now to a resurrection as the remaining burnt ride is restored.