Highlights of Facial Masque Workshop


I recently had the chance to host my first ever workshop at The Sustainable Department Store in Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, East London. It was a bodacious evening of self-care and all things natural skincare.

We dived into the world of clays, learning of their different categories, what benefits our skin can gain from them, as well as the science that backs it up. With tips and tricks we were able to adapt our masques to suit every skin type.



Demonstrations and discussion followed, showing the best way to apply a face mask at home, as well as tricks to prolong the benefits.

Participants were able to choose from a selection of 12 Soil Association certified organic botanical extracts, to give our custom masques an extra potent boost. At the end of the class everyone was able to leave with their own 50g face mask.

This was a fun packed evening that I was thrilled to host. I'm hopeful to hold more and expand our scope to teach other natural skincare products. If you wish to be informed of our next workshops, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter, as well as follow our official Instagram.
November 20, 2019 by Guy Morgan

Flower Of The 5 Wounds

With the launch of my new sensitive Flower Of The 5 Wounds, we shot this intimate photoshoot with expectant mother, Emmi, and photographer Thea Løvstad, shot in situ, at Emmi's beautiful Victorian East London townhouse. 

     

     

     

Flower Of The 5 Wounds borrows its name, colour and heart from the passionflower. Known mostly for its strange beauty, passionflower also has unique anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory properties and, apart from its use traditionally to treat scars and bruises, is restorative and calming for both the skin and the mind. Flower of the 5 Wounds, like all of my products, is unisex and suitable for all skin types, but its pure and organic formulation in addition to its gentle base of passionflower-seed oil makes it ideal for sensitive skin and to use during pregnancy.

What's in a name? Giacomo Bosio, a 17th century monastic scholar, named passionflower 'flower of the five wounds'  so-called in reference to the 5 stamens of the flower resembling the 5 wounds of Christ. I felt this name is symbiotic with the ranges skin rejuvenating properties.

Photographer: Thea Løvstad

Skincare & Grooming: Guy Morgan

Model: Emmi

 

October 19, 2018 by Guy Morgan

Kew Gardens

 

Celebrating the iconic Kew Gardens, we wanted to explore this historic link to nature in the heart of London. Guy Morgan teamed with photographer Thea Løvstad to capture the beauty of Palm House, a testament to Victorian engineering.

Drawing parallels from human’s attempt to study and contain nature, versus natures unrelenting force, as seen in the gentle wear. Kew Gardens not only contributes to the study of plant, but acts as way for Londoners and everyone alike to appreciate natures beauty.

Photographer: Thea Løvstad

Skincare & Grooming: Guy Morgan

Model: Kalle Lagerström

April 30, 2018 by Guy Morgan