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RHS, Heathcote and Ivory Announce Toiletries Collection

The collection is the third range from the duo’s partnership.

The Royal Horticultural Society has announced the 2020 arrival of the RHS Flower Blooms Lavender Garden collection of toiletries and accessories, the latest range in the partnership between the RHS and Heathcote and Ivory.

This lavender-themed collection marks the third in the RHS Flower Blooms series and contains shower gel, scented soap, body lotion and hand cream as well as a set of three hand creams and a weekend away, bag with body wash and body lotion. Accessories include drawer liners, pillow mist and a lavender-filled eye mask.

“RHS has been a welcome addition to our select licensing portfolio of some of the U.K.’s leading design and lifestyle brands,” says Denis Aaronson, managing director, Heathcote and Ivory. “The resources of the RHS Lindley Collections and the strength of the RHS brand have been perfect inspiration for this gorgeous lavender-themed collection.”

The RHS Flower Blooms Lavender Garden collection is the latest range from the RHS partnership with Heathcote and Ivory. The partnership launched in spring 2019 with Flower Blooms Daisy Garland and Tender Palm, two ranges comprising gift sets of washes, lotions and creams for hand and body as well as standalone shower gels, body lotions and hand creams. Trellis, the second in the RHS Flower Blooms series, launched in the fall of 2019.

“Lavender is a much-loved fragrance and a popular plant among gardeners – an ideal inspiration for the RHS Flower Blooms Lavender Garden collection,” says Cathy Snow, licensing manager, RHS. “Our partnership with Heathcote and Ivory has already inspired some wonderful collections and this range is no exception.”

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