Organic skincare company has its origins in Ireland’s bog bodies
The company’s products use chemicals extracted from peat which have been found to preserve skin
The idea for a new skincare company which promises anti-ageing benefits came from a surprising place: Ireland’s bog bodies.
Californian Milana Wood was isolating with her family in North Yorkshire in England when she heard a peculiar story from a neighbour.
An Irish farmer had been walking through his peatlands 15 years ago when he discovered a body. Thinking it was linked to a recent murder he called the police to investigate. Instead,...
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