Iced Wine Shower Jelly:
Once a year, when the temperature dips low enough, frozen grapes are harvested in small batches to make a sweet beverage called ice wine. Like the alcoholic variety, our shower time libation returns for a short but sweet run. This bright red festive shower jelly was inspired by the delicious ice wine drink from Canada, a concentrated wine made from grapes that have frozen on the vine. We put a good glug of it straight into Iced Wine, along with good things like fresh grape infusion, grapefruit oil and Simon’s tropical mango and passion fruit fragrance. Our shower jellies are a wobbly good time and you might have to chase them round the shower a bit, because they tend to make a jump for freedom. But keep a firm grip and get it all over you because you are going to love how soft and supple your skin feels from the softening seaweed. Our jellies are also wobbly versatile, because that seaweed gel is not just really softening on your skin, it’s also great for hair and scalp - so don’t be afraid to use it all over. .
Ice Wine is a popular drink around the world, but it's like catnip to the Canadians. It's made by taking frost-bitten grapes from the vine and pressing them immediately, which produces a fruity and sweet dessert wine. When Helen tried the wine, she could taste mangoes, passion fruit and other tropical fruits. This tropical explosion inspired her to add real Ice Wine, along with fresh grape infusion, to a jelly base to create her own version of a tropical cocktail. Simon's fruity fragrance was the icing on the cake. Keep it in the freezer for a refreshing wash.