C.Atherley Geranium No.1 Nourishing Oil, 50ml
C.Atherley Geranium No.1 Nourishing Oil, 50ml

Geranium No.1 Nourishing Oil, 50ml



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Infused with the uplifting scent of Radens geranium, this nourishing oil contains extracts of ginger root to improve luminosity and radiance, glasswort for intense moisturising, grapeseed oil, rich in vitamin E with antioxidant properties to enhance softness and plump skin, while organic rosemary extract and organic calendula extract both contain soothing properties. Regular use will see skin soften and glow. 


With a desire to capture the magic of the scented leaf geraniums grown in her Gloucestershire greenhouse, founder Catherine Kidston Padgham has collaborated with a master perfumer so that each fragrance matches back to a particular plant. Fragrances are 100% natural, containing only ingredients such as essential oils and botanicals, extracted from a pure, natural source. The brand name relates to Catherine’s maternal grandmother and is used in celebration of the female gardeners in her family.

Details & Care
  • 100% natural blend of eight essential oils expertly blended to capture the distinctive scent of the Radens geranium - Geranium - Balancing, Corn Mint - Uplifting, Lavender - Calming, Lemon Myrtle - Refreshing, Chamomile - Relaxing, Grapefruit - Invigorating, Cedarwood - Soothing, Frankincense - Grounding
  • Massage one to two drops onto clean skin, focusing on any areas of dryness. For best results, use daily.
  • In case of irritation, cease application. For external application only. Keep away from children. For body only, do not use on face. Do not use on broken or inflamed skin. Seek advice before using if pregnant or nursing. Handle glass bottle with care.
  • Colour may vary over time due to its natural composition, but product remains safe and effective for use
  • British made

“The scent draws us back to the greenhouse where our perfumer used the magical tip of gently rubbing the leaves to release the fragrance and then matched it back directly to the Radens plant.”