Sustainable, local and natural is Oxmantown skincare’s philosophy

Stoneybatter-based Amy Cahill blends beauty products from face cream to roll-on perfume herself, with ingredients sourced from local suppliers

12th January, 2020
Sustainable, local and natural is Oxmantown skincare’s philosophy
Amy Cahill of Oxmantown grows her own lavender and calendula for her products

Amy Cahill uses natural plant-based ingredients to make all the products in her Oxmantown skincare range.

At her workshop in Stoneybatter, Dublin, the 35-year-old produces 22 products, including cleansers, balms, mists and masks for the face, hand and body creams, oils and washes as well as four roll-on perfume oils.

Cahill, who is from Dunboyne, Co Meath, studied aromatherapy and worked as a holistic therapist. Her first products were essential oils before she moved on to...

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