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
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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