Look what has caught the eye of the editor.
Halal gifts are booming at present, and the new range of halal hampers from Ibadah London not only offer a plethora of delicious and decadent products, it's also a wonderful gift option.
The Halal food hall range consists of a mix of premium sweet and savoury treats such as classic clotted cream fudge, flavoured biscuits with complementary preserves and mocktail-flavoured sweets. All distinctively curated with designs inspired by Persian art, they are all halal, meaning permissible in Islam.
It's no secret I'm a huge fan of green consumerism, which is why this new bottle from Tilnar Art has caught my eye.
The company worked with talented wildlife watercolour artist, Meg Hawkins, on the design of this H20 copper bottles, which are made out of recycled materials.
Not only do they reduce plastic pollution, are ocean friendly, fair trade and hand finished, recent studies have shown how the natural anti-bacterial properties of copper may help reduce the spread of viruses. So long, COVID!
They also look absolutely stunning - what's not to love?
It may not be flash, but at the moment an antimicrobial notebook ticks my boxes. In a post-pandemic world, people are striving for the ultimate cleanliness in every aspect of life, and that goes for work too.
This new range of notebooks from ExaClair works to further mitigate cross contamination issues, specifically for people combining working from home with the office.
Treated with organic antimicrobial active ingredients, the Clean'Safe notebook cover halts the spread of bacteria and viruses with over 99% effectiveness.
Featuring 100% recyclable, PEFC™ certified materials, these notebooks are available in A5, A4 and A4+ sizes and include Clairefontaine's signature brushed vellum 90gsm paper in either lined or squared formats. The antimicrobial ingredients incorporated into the cover will last for the lifetime of the product.
Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair, says that this range will offer extra reassurance for those returning to work, “This range of notebooks allows employees to transport notes from home to the office without being concerned about cross contamination.”
September has hit, the kids are (finally) going back to school, and a semblance of normality has resumed. This can all mean only one thing, my thoughts have turned to Christmas! So imagine my delight when this advent calendar popped (get it) into my inbox.
A wonderful alternative to a traditional chocolate calendar, the Gourmet Popcorn Advent Calendar offer 24 bags of popcorn in six different flavours, including salted caramel, Butterly Nuts, Pecan Pie and Say Cheese.
However, my vote as a plant based eater has to go for the Mini Pop! Popcorn Advent Calendar, which is completely vegan. Flavours include Sea Salted, White Truffle, Toffee and Smoky Maple.
If they don't get you excited for Christmas I don't know what will!
Rainbows never fail to brighten up a day, and these new earrings from by Mollie&Izzie are no exception, Whether as a self care gift for yourself, or a thoughtful present for a loved one, they're sure to draw attention.
Diversification is key in the current climate, and A Gift From The Gods has done just that, branching out into chocolate bars.
According to the company, "The capsule collection is made up of four best-selling flavours including must-have A Gift From The Gods Salted Caramel Milk Chocolate, a classic A Gift From The Gods Lovely Milk Chocolate, Seek Your Own Odyssey Mythical Mint Dark Chocolate and Get Your Goddess On Inspired Dark Chocolate."
What's not to love?
Repeat Repeat has launched its new 'Graphic Range' - just one of our many collections of bone china. There are three themes in this range; Creativity - illustrated with a paint brush, pen and pencil; Music - featuring a piano, a guitar and musical score, and Science - referencing laboratory equipment, Einstein, and a lightbulb.
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Our lipstick might not be making much of a statement anymore thanks to the mask mandate, but our clothes still can. And this delightful broach from Alexander Thurlow's Love Nature Love Flowers range will brighten up any outfit.
While everyone is adapting to the new normal, there's been some inspired product launches taking place to make the most of a bad situation, such as these new mask chains from Sunny Cords. An ideal gift to jazz up the now mandatory mask wearing in the UK, these chains will add a bit of fashion flair to an outfit and will undoubtedly be a best in-store seller.
Oxfam has launched a new home and gift rainbow range to raise funds for its coronavirus emergency appeal and give hope to people fighting COVID-19, and we just love the products in the new range.
The limited edition Sourced By Oxfam collection, which is available to buy online, includes reusable lunchboxes and coffee cups, made from bamboo, featuring rainbow artwork.
The items are ethically and sustainably sourced from craftspeople around the world, who are paid a fair wage for their work. The Glastonbury Festival website is also selling some of the rainbow range, helping to spread the message of hope.
All funds raised will be used to support Oxfam's response to the coronavirus pandemic worldwide.