At Amazing PR we like to champion small beauty brands and put them to the test to see if they live up to all their product claims. We like to say how it really is; after all, we are consumers too. In the Amazing office we all share a love of the Pure Nirvana range, especially their Green Tea and Red Tea body wash and body lotion which both smell divine (we are suckers here at Amazing for lovely fragrant products). Based on my own experience, I particularly found the Red Tea body lotion really nourished and hydrated my dry, post-holiday skin. (FYI – Nirvana are not our client) As consumers ourselves at Amazing, we like to promote and push beauty products that we truly believe in. Bravo Nirvana you have successfully passed the Amazing PR beauty panel.
What we also like about these products are that they are free from all the usual nasties i.e. SLS, SLES, Parabens and synthetic colour etc; plus none of the ingredients have been tested on animals (V. important for Mojai).
So imagine how upset we were when the range was pulled from the local supermarket shelves... Isn’t it just so frustrating when that happens. You find a product, fall in love with it, form a relationship, it becomes a staple beauty item of yours, and bam, out of the blue, unexpectedly the relationship ends – finito!
At Amazing PR HQ we put our investigative hats on to find out where we could purchase the range. We got in contact with the founder of the range Gail Austin. Gail informed us that Pure Nirvana can now be brought online. She went onto explain that their best seller, their Nettle & Jasmine Shampoo, is also very beneficial for treating psoriasis and how it has really helped many of their customers.
So there is a happy ending to this blog after all. The products can now be purchased online and certainly won’t break the bank - hurrah!