Beefayre introduce new hand cream range

by | Aug 10, 2017 | News, Products | 0 comments

Beefayre ? a leading UK manufacturer of quality homewares, scented candles, beauty and gifting products – is expanding its stunning product portfolio with the introduction of its new ?Bee Garden? hand cream collection. To celebrate this latest launch, all orders placed before September 1st will be subject to a 20% discount.

Available in handy 60ml tubes, the new hand cream collection will feature the beautiful hand-drawn packaging designs that have become synonymous with the Beefayre brand.

The hand creams will be available in four of Beefayre?s most popular fragrances ? Honey Lily, Watermint & Rosemary, Bluebell, and Wild Fig – this luxurious cream is rich in natural oils and beeswax. Containing grapeseed and sunflower oils, enriched with shea butter, the hand creams are designed to moisturise and protect hands. Formulated for all skin types, the fast absorbing cream restores and nourishes, leaving a delicate, lasting scent that will encourage brand loyalty long after the fragrance has faded.

Ready for September delivery, the new Beefayre hand creams are available as packs of 24, comprising six of each of the delicious fragrances. A free craft display box will also be included in all orders.

To take advantage of Beefayre?s exclusive 20% discount on the new hand cream collection before the September 1st deadline, please call 01858 434492, or email sales@beefayre.com.

Further details about Beefayre?s full product portfolio including candles, reed diffusers, and bath and body products can be found at www.beefayre.com.

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