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Croft Lotions And Potions Web Site Gets A Makeover

6th July 2006

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With an ever expanding list of products the Croft Lotions And Potions Business based right in the heart of Caithness has given a completely new look to the web site.

A much clearer and simpler style has been introduced to set off the growing product range. Some of the products contain local Caithness grown herbs so you can really smell the county in your own home wherever you live.

The products mainly come in two sizes so you can try smaller on if you are not sure if the particular fragrances are to your liking. If you are regular user of lingering country smells of flowers and herbs in your home then the larger pots may be for you.

Some of them sound good enough to eat and a lip balm with flavour of Chocolate Mint with Cocoa Butter seems likely to go down well whether you have chapped lips or not.

There is something to remind you of any season so if you want summer or autumn in your home in winter you can put your feet up and have the smell of it waft around you as you get relaxed into that book or just put a CD on and chill out.

Whatever the time of year Croft Lotions And Potions from Caithness are sure to cheer someone up if they receive it as gift through the post. Check out their new web site for the new products from time to time.

See the New Web Site Here

 

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