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Natural Pampering

Ok, so I know we specialise in maps and anything mapping, but we also like to support local businesses to us and I couldn't resist putting these on our website to share with you for those of you who LOVE using pure and natural products.

A local lady, Samantha, from Buckingham has her own business making these Natural Pampering Products and she is so passionate about everything she does.

I wish I could let you smell these products because the are divine!

There are no nasty ingredients in them and they are made by hand in small batches (which are tested).  Many of the products them contain pure honey from Samantha's bee hives - and honey is a known healer. Samantha is also a bee keeper.

All the products are free from: Sodium Lauryl Sulphate; Mineral Oil or Petroleum; Parabens or artifical colours/fragrances; Palm Oil and animal testing.

They are suitable for sensitive skins.

If you want a real treat and care about your body then give one of these products a go.

If you have any questions, I can ask Samantha directly and get an answer for you about any of her products.

If you are about to get married...she can even make personalised soaps as favours. How lovely would that be!

Some products contain Coconut or Almond Oil..if you need to ask any allergy questions please feel free.

Bath Products

Relax in a bath of luxury with these extra special products.

Body Butters

Intense Moisturising Body Butters are wonderful to apply especially after showering/bathing.

Body Scrubs

Luxurious Body Scrubs to make you feel fantastic.

Facial Scrubs, Soaps and Oils

Make your face feel fantastic with these products.

Hand Creams

Beautiful, naturally scented hand creams which moisturise and sooth your hands.


These cold compressed soaps are made using; beautiful natural oils and lucious butters, Honey and water hand stirred and blended together.

Wedding Gifts and Favours.

Why not have favours or bridesmaid gifts with a difference?