We have partnered with Neal's Yard Remedies

Neal’s Yard Remedies are a British, family owned brand which create award winning, certified organic, natural health and beauty products. Established in Covent Garden in 1981, they have been proud pioneers and leaders in ethical, organic beauty for four decades. 

Their tree logo symbolises their belief that outer beauty and inner health should be in perfect balance and they provide a range of products to support inner and outer health. Neal’s Yard Remedies harness the power of natural ingredients such as herbs, botanicals and essential oils and use the highest possible percentage of organic ingredients as they are kinder to the earth – and kinder to you. It’s the perfect blend of love, science and nature, and we are proud to sell their products along with ours.

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ZenCity Studio’s owner Eva is a Designer, Crystal Therapist and an Independent Consultant with Neal's Yard Remedies
  • Hero of the month

    Apply to clean skin morning and evening, either on its own or blended into your moisturiser

    • CLINICALLY PROVEN
    • CERTIFIED ORGANIC
    • CRUELTY FREE
    • VEGETARIAN APPROVED
    Shop Mahonia Clear Skin Booster 
  • Essential oils

    Use the lava stone in your crystal bracelet to infuse the bracelet with a few drops of your favourite NYR essential oil. 100% pure botanical essences, see more HERE

    Shop Essential Oil of the Month 
  • Aromatherapy

    NYR Women's Balance aroma is one of our absolute favourites! It's a restorative blend of calming patchouli, uplifting geranium, nurturing rose and rejuvenating frankincense

    Shop Balancing Duo 

Diffuser bracelets

Use the lava stone in your crystal bracelet to infuse the bracelet with a few drops of your favourite essential oil

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Essential Oil Statement from Aromatherapy Trade Council:
Never take essential oils internally, unless under the guidance of a qualified aromatherapist who has received the necessary training in this very specialised mode of administration. You may read articles in magazines and books extolling the virtues of taking essential oils internally, but you should absolutely never attempt this without expert guidance.