GABY Soutar rounds up the latest beauty news and deals across Scotland
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Coconuts are still at the top of the superfood tree. For fans, Cocofina has launched a single serve sachet of its Great Taste Award (2014 and 2015) winning cold pressed, virgin and organic raw Coconut Oil. This lauric acid rich potion can be added to meals or coffee, slathered onto skin as a moisturiser, or used for hair conditioning or pulling (when you rinse it round your mouth – to clear away bacteria).
79p, available from Holland & Barrett, Wholefoods and www.cocofina.com
Winter means dry paws, so we’ve become rather reliant on Humble Hand Cream in Sweet Pea and Verbena. It’s part of the natural range that’s been devised by Springwatch presenter Kate Humble and it smells amazing, is rich enough to soothe, yet light enough that you can still turn door handles and open jars.
Be a Christmas angel and buy your special buddy a festive gift voucher from Edinburgh’s KnotStressed Therapies. These include a set of four Meditation or Qi Gong sessions for £30 (saving £5), a 60 minute Indian Head Massage for £40 (saving £5), or a two hour Hot Stone Massage combined with Indian Head Massage for £75 (save £10).
40-42 Montrose Terrace (07717 783 230, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.knotstressed.com)