Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Pamper Session with CharlotteRhys UK*

I love a good pamper session, especially on a Sunday before that dreaded Monday rolls in again. My favourite thing to do is have a bubble bath, listen to music and light some candles. So, when I had the opportunity to try some items from Charlotte Rhys, I was very excited! 

Charlotte Rhys works in a Green policy which means they are cruelty free and strive to protect the natural environment. This is always a plus to me, for any product! 

I received the Escape Giftbox in the fragrance Victor and a 200g candle in the fragrance in Ruby Grapefruit. 

The gift box is beautiful, in a sturdy black box with soap, bath salt and bath foam. The candle comes in a black glass jar with white branding on it. Not going to lie, it is a monochrome dream (which worked fabulously for my instagram feed). The gift box retains at £49 and the candle at £31. 
They also do many luxury items such as reed defusers, pillow sprays, shower gels, shampoos, perfumes, items for men and lots more! 

My gift box is in the scent Victor. This is their signature classic scent and smells incredible. Victor is described as aromatic and enticing. 

This box is ideal as a birthday (etc.) gift. It is quite obviously a luxury brand and you get high quality products that are packaged beautifully. There are lots of different boxes with different items in, within a range of prices. 

As previously mentioned, the candle I received is in the scent 'Ruby Grapefruit'. As you can imagine, this is a citrus smelling candle and again, smells incredible! 

I wish there was some futuristic high-tech way of being able to let you guys have a sniff of these products, because they really are lovely. 

I am trying to find something negative to say about these products for the purpose of the review, but I genuinely can't think of anything I don't like. The items are beautifully packaged and of a very high quality. I will definitely be keeping this brand in mind for any future birthday or gift giving occasions!

The whole range can be found over at www.charlotterhys.uk.com, if you fancy having a nose.

What are your favourite ways to spend a pamper day?


* These items were gifted, however, all opinions are my own.


  1. These look like lovely pampering products!

    Emily xo

  2. These products look lovely! And your photography is gorgeous. Great post!


  3. The whole range sounds absolutely gorgeous! xx


    1. They have loads of great bits. Make for awesome gifts! xx

  4. Sundays are the best pampering days! It's usually my 'nothing to do but lots to do' day where I stress so whether I just do a face mask or the whole body pamper it's great to keep my spirits up!

    -Sophie xx
    Cherries & Perfume 

    1. I often leave everything I need to do till Sunday as well, then it is a throw up between relaxation and stress! xx

  5. Ooo I love discovering new cruelty free brands! I'm currently trying to transition all of my beauty/skincare products to cruelty free and baths are my number one way to pamper myself so I'm definitely going to be looking into these products! You have a lovely blog by the way <3 xxx

    1. I'd love to do that too. Takes a long time and some research xx

  6. I love to take a little more time in the bathroom at the weekends. In summer I love citrus and fresh smells.
    Have a nice weekend.

    Love, Esther

    1. The candle is very nice if you like citrus smells :) xx

  7. Love the kit, it just looks like the perfect pampering gift!

    Vanessa x | www.springlilies.com

    1. Yeah it makes for an awesome gift! Xx

  8. Pamper days are the best especially on Sundays! I always love to wash my hair, change my bed sheets and do a face mask on a Sunday, these products look so luxury, I love the packaging x

    S x

    1. Sounds like the perfect Sunday! The packaging is so nice! Xx

  9. These products so lovely, I definitely need to check out this brand. x



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