July 29th, 2008 | Shalara

Prince Charles’ Garden Inspired Skin Care Line (Highgrove)

Prince Charles has launched his own organic skin care line, inspired by the gardens of Highgrove Estate in Gloucestershire. Don’t expect to be getting your hands on it anytime soon though, as the five-piece organic treatment line is completely sold out at both Prince Charles’ boutiques and Organic Pharmacy stores worldwide.

Prince Charles has long been a leader in eco-friendly living, with his personal philosophy that it is “better to work with nature than against it”. His Highgrove Estate is a fine demonstration of this, producing its own fruits and veggies to be sold at Prince Charles’ Highgrove shop in town, a bustling corner store which opened March of this year. Here you can purchase books, organic flowers, preserves and hand creams, and a selection of handmade crafts produced worldwide and endorsed by the Prince in support of a dying craft.

Keep checking Organic Pharmacy for new stocks of Highgrove skin care line. Hopefully Prince Charles’ royal example will encourage larger manufacturers to adopt his ‘green’ policy, and secure a sustainable future worldwide.

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