SKOG Body Wash
(’skuːg) Swedish/Norwegian for ‘forest’. Boreal forests cover over half the Scandinavian lands, stretching from the southernmost county of Sweden to the Arctic Circle.
Make your daily cleansing routine a responsible one. With primary ingredients organic aloe vera leaf extract, Danish spring water and organic glycerin, this refreshing body wash cleanses and moisturises, cares and protects all skin types. Packaged safely inside a handy recyclable bioplastic tube, it’s ideal for the shower or the gym bag. Just squeeze into palm, lather with hands, and cleanse over body.
Scent notes: Pine needles and fir cones, birch sap and woodland lily of the valley.
Made in: Denmark
Materials: Recyclable bioplastic tube from sustainably-farmed sugarcane. Recyclable PP plastic cap produced in the EU
Skandinavisk was started by a curious English chap, Shaun, who fell in love with a blonde Scandinavian gardener and never left. He was joined by a second English emigrant, Gerry, who shared his love for Scandinavia and a Danish designer, Line, who captured their combined experiences and translated it all into our distinctive design DNA.
Trading since 2013, our home and body fragrance collections are inspired by almost 20 years of travels across the Nordic region. We create subtle, refined scents based on aspects of Scandinavia we consider to be precious to the inhabitants and exotic to the outside world, and we blend them with colour, symbols and a single local word rich with meaning to create unique impressions of Scandinavia.
An independent company, our growing team of Scandinavians, Brits and like-minded nationalities can be found in Copenhagen, Stockholm, London and Paris and we produce everything here in Scandinavia or in the European Union.
But living Scandinavian is not just which part of the world you come from, it’s also how you think, how you treat others and the nature that surrounds you, and what you treasure. We believe a more Scandinavian approach to life offers a blueprint for a better future in a world that’s forgetting how to listen to quieter voices.