Thai time – Erb pop up shop at Harrods

Just enjoyed a preview of new Thai spa range Erb at a pop up shop at Harrods where its being showcased until August 24.  The luxury skincare range is only available in Thailand or now online but anyone heading to London can get a taster here first.

Me outside the Erb display window at Harrods

Thai me up: outside the Erb display window at Harrods

Created by young fashion designer Pattree BhakdibutrPattree in 2000, the Erb range includes body serums, creams, tonics and scrubs scented with jasmine, bergamot and ylang ylang – evocative of Thailand and warm tropical nights. The products are certified organic; a comparable European brand might be L’Occitane.  Prices are mid-range: Eastern Treat Shower and Bath Cream is £18; Spice and Shine Gel Body Scrub is £37.

Worth noting the company’s assurances: Products are formulated with natural and certified organic ingredients; Against animal testing; Dermatologist tested; No Parabens; No mineral oil and no petroleum derivatives; No harmful chemical ingredients; Earth friendly product and packaging

There are 16 products on show this month including my favourite the unusual Up in Arm range for deluxe cleansing of your arm pits – certainly the first spa treatment (home or salon) I’ve seen for that area of the body! (Priced: £17 for the detox mask; £16 for the toner).

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PS: To celebrate luxury Thai skincare brand Erb and their involvement with Harrods festival, Thailand, a Celebration of Colour and Light, they’re offering guests the chance to win over £350 worth of Erb products.  To win, simply take a picture of yourself outside the Erb pop-up window (along the Brompton Road), or inside the Erb pop-up shop and tag Erb UK on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/erbunitedkingdom), Twitter (@erbasia) or Instagram (erb_uk) for the chance to win . One lucky winner will be selected at random and will be announced on 26th August.

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Victoria Lambert has been a journalist for more than 20 years, and specialises in health and medical matters. She writes for the Telegraph, the Times, the Sunday Times, the Guardian, the Mail and the Mail on Sunday. She contributes to Saga, Geographical and First Eleven magazines – where she is the agony aunt.

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