I COLONIALI for Christmas

It would be hard to find a more luxe-y range of bath and body products. Editor Trudi Brewer shares her faves from this gorgeous Italian-made brand I Coloniali. .

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The holiday season has hit us hard and fast, and the pressure to buy the perfect gift is on. For pleasing the beauty guru on your list, a hostess gift or to treat yourself there is something quite indulgent about gifting luxurious bath and body products. For some of the finest body scrubs and creams I Coloniali is enriched with lotus, myrrh, and yuzu extracts and will leave your skin feeling rejuvenated all year-round.

My picks from the range

I COLONIALI Velvet Hand Cream
 

I COLONIALI Regenerating & Velveting Hand Cream, $27.

A girl can never have too many tubes of hand cream, especially a non-greasy formula. This cream has a base of rice oil and myrrh extract that not only does it have a soft musky fragrance it works wonders, for dry, ageing hands.


 

I COLONIALI Regenerating & Velveting Myrrh Bath & Shower Cream, $54.

There is no better feeling than drenching your skin in a nourishing body wash. For a relaxing bath or refreshing shower, this body cleanser leaves skin feeling smooth and smelling of a musky, powdery scent.

I COLONIALI Regenerating Myrrh Bath & Shower Cream

I COLONIALI Regenerating & Velveting Body Scrub
 

I COLONIALI Regenerating & Velveting Body Scrub, $59.

A super-rich scrub the luxurious myrrh extract is whipped into a base of rice bran oil, shea butter, and honey. It will buff off any dry skin (and patching self-tan), and leave the skin sporting a glossy sheen for hours. If the natural oil separates on top of this grainy scrub, it's all good, mix and apply it to warm skin.


 

I COLONIALI Regenerating & Velveting Deep Massage Body Cream, $81.

The benefits of rice bran oil and tiny hydrating micro-granules with that heavenly musky myrrh makes this smoothing formula brilliant for dehydrated or dry skin. Massage until the tiny granules melt into the skin, it’s perfect for revitalising the skin after a day out in the sun.

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