You know me; I'm not one to brag whenever we receive a mention in the press... OK, I am. You got me. I'm delighted to announce that in the July 2022 edition ofHealth & Wellbeing Magazine, you'll see a lovely review of our ever-popularNight Time Recovery Anti-Ageing Moisturiser Serum.
Are you looking for the best, natural, long-term (no surgery and no cheat), way to get great skin? Do you want to slow the visible effects of fine lines and wrinkles? Great, read on, because here's a ludicrously simple change that you can make immediately...
I'm proud to announce a new partnership with a lovely group; those loveable and enterprising people at Castro's Barbershop in Bermondsey, who wanted to add excellent skin care to their already excellent hair-care services.
A big thank you to all those who entered The Guardian's Health & Wellbeing Competition (announced >HERE< on June 19). The response was both heart-warming and overwhelming. The Guardian picked the winner at random, and I can announce that a skincare hamper worth £193 is now going to Bob C of Sudbury in Suffolk.
We always have an exclusive range of Gnarly Joe® Merchandise, that's only available on Amazon UK. You can now get your 'I'm a Friend Of Gnarly Joe®' T-shirts >HERE< There are multiple T-Shirt designs in the range, along with Hoodies, Sweatshirts and Long-Sleeved Tees.
I noticed a new badge appearing on some of the Gnarly Joe® products I sell on Amazon and decided to investigate. After all, it's nothing I've applied for, and Amazon didn't send notification that this was happening, so it was a pleasant surprise.
As announced a few days ago in The Lounge, the Father's Day competition in association with The Guardian newspaper is here! This is your chance to win a box packed with 100% Natural Gnarly Joe® skin, face, eye and hair care, worth a whopping £193. Read on to find out how to enter (it's easy, I promise)...
One of the things I live for, is thinking about skin care problems that customers are experiencing, and starting with a blank sheet to develop a potent and single-minded solution for that problem (yes, I know I need to get out more).
I'm pleased to announce that, having undergone eligibility tests and submissions, Gnarly Joe® has now been accepted to carry the prestigious Made in Britain mark, which brings together the British manufacturing community, united with the use of the registered collective logo. The mark is protected and can only be used by members of Made in Britain.
A little tip: You might want to buy a copy of the Guardian newspaper this Sunday, 20th June (or see further information here, in The Lounge). I've been approached by The Guardian, who'll be including Gnarly Joe® in their Health & Wellbeing feature. That's made me happy, and when I get happy, I offer prizes. Big prizes...