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Time to boost yourself to stay healthy and hydrated - here's SOOTHE's favourite pharmacy pick ups for winter wellbeing;

Manuka Honey

What is it?

The powerful manuka honey is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the flower of the Manuka bush. Manuka honey has anti bacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects

When to use?

Manuka is a great natural product to help heal a sore throat and relieve caughing. It's traditionally also used to heal wounds.

SOOTHE favourites;

Centella Asiatica

What is it?

Told shortly; Centella Asiatica, often referred to as "Cica" in skincare products is an antioxidant-herb that's anti-inflammatory and calming for irritated, dry, red or itchy skin. A typical S.O.S solution for your skin issues.

When to use it?

To treat S.O.S skin issues such as very dry skin, inflammatory skin, excemea or just irritated skin. But it's also a great ingredient to add to your daily skincare routine, since it's said that cica products stimulate collagen production, improve apperence of wrinkles and help to firm, repair and soothe the skin.

SOOTHE favourites;

This product is one among plenty that's been famous through Leyglow, and it's lives up to the hype for sure.

This product is quite similar to the above, but with a slighly different texture and slighly more rich. It's just a matter of taste if you should go for this or the above - personally I use both.


What is it? Chaga is a poweful mushroom that grows willd on birch trees. It's by many considered a super food for it's levels of magnesium, zinc, calcium and selenium.

When to use it?

Chaga is believed to boost and strenghten the immune system, and is therefore considered a great supplement that can help fight winter colds. Add it to your tea or water daily.

SOOTHE favourite;

A liquid version of chaga that you'll drop into your water 1-2 times per day. The hard chaga mushroom used to ccreate this is extracted with both water and alcohol wich makes it six times more potent than regular chage tea.


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