Posted on 17th Jul 2018
Most of us love the hot weather but it is playing havoc with our products. Butters and waxes don't cope well with the heat so if your balms have melted just pop them in the fridge for a while - they will set and won't suffer any harm. Occasionally products containing a lot of butter will go a little grainy. This won't affect the quality of the product, use them as normal and they should be fine as soon as the weather returns to our normal British climate!
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It is with great sadness that we have to tell our customers that one of the founder members of our business, Ron Haworth has died. Ron was the inspiration for many of our products whilst he battled an auto immune disease which resulted in him needing a liver transplant in 2012. Ron fought his way [...]
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