The Little Leopard Co – handpicked gift boxes from UK indie brands

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Love leopard print and supporting small businesses? If that doesn’t describe me perfectly, I don’t know what will!

The Little Leopard Co is an amazing independent business who take the hard work out of buying gifts – whilst supporting other small creators.

The brand handpicks gifts from independent UK brands and creates a selection of themed gift boxes to share with loved ones, or treat yourself to!

The Little Leopard Co was born after being unable to find the perfect, personal gift on the high street. They champion sustainability and supporting other creators and business owners, making buying their gifts a total no-brainer.

So, why leopards? For a start, they’re amazing creatures who just so happen to be timelessly on-trend. But more seriously, The Little Leopard Co wants to raise awareness of the vulnerability of leopards through charity donations. Every gift box contains at least one leopard-themed product and packaged with care before being sent out in a reusable keepsake box with recyclable packaging.

The Little Leopard Co has eight themed boxes, including:

  • Zen Leopard
  • Mama Leopard
  • Hungry Leopard
  • The Boar
  • The Leopardess
  • Mini Leopard
  • Birthday Leopardess
  • Positive Leopard

Starting at £26.95, each box has a unique vibe, from food to fun. I checked out their Zen Leopard box for a relaxing pamper session.

This would be a great gift for that person in your life that needs reminding to slow down, for your mate that loves yoga, or for your own self-care Sunday.

The relaxing bundle smells incredible the second you lift the lid – it’s like being in a spa.

The Zen Leopard box costs £37.95, and contains five carefully selected products from UK small business owners. The value of the box is more than the cost, so a great way to discover new brands at a lower cost!

Inside The Little Leopard Co Zen Leopard box

Teacups and Tandems relax biscuit

Sister duo Tarryn and Shannon run the bespoke bakery Teacups and Tandems in Buckinghamshire. Their Relax leopard print biscuit is so beautifully made and tasted amazing. Sometimes all you need to do to self-care is make a cup of tea and sit down with a biscuit for five minutes. The Teacups and Tandems biscuits are a real treat, and it was almost too pretty to eat!

The Cosy Chocolate Company Original Plain Hot Chocolate Flakes

What’s the secret to the richest, smoothest hot chocolate? The Cosy Chocolate Company. Based in Worcestershire, their chocolate flakes come in a range of flavours including mint and orange.

In the Little Leopard Co Zen Box, you’ll find their original plain chocolate flakes. The Cosy Chocolate Company recommending adding 3-5 tablespoons of chocolate to a mug before stirring in hot milk.

They create their own chocolate bars which are then grated, which the brand believes is the secret to their chocolately texture and flavour.

Tiger and Co Full Moon Candle Jar

Tiger and Co is a Staffordshire based brand, which is doubly exciting for me. I’ve been meaning to pick up one of their candles for the longest time as their branding is gorgeous.

They are dedicates to creating home fragrance products ‘with a conscience’, with their vegan, cruelty free, 100% soy wax candles.

The Full Moon candle is made from pure lavender essential oil, with benzoin resin adding a creamy vanilla scent. Their candles are hand-poured into amber glass jars with a cotton and paper wick and brown paper label. This is amazing to burn around an hour before bed, leaving the room full of fragrance to doze off to.

Blushberry Botanicals Calming and Purifying Clay Face Mask

Made in Scotland, Blushberry botanicals create clean, vegan and cruelty free skincare and bath products. Their calming and purifying natural clay face mask is made from clays, charcoal, chamomile, lavender and tea tree.

As someone with oily/combination skin and prone to breakouts, this product is ideal, using natural and organic ingredients.

The mask comes as a dry powder without the need for any preservatives. I really like this as you can make the face mask consistency just how you like it by adding as much or as little water as you like.

The Salt Parlour Ylang Ylang and Sandalwood Nourish Borage Body Cream

The Salt Parlour are passionate about natural, vegan and cruelty free skincare. Their little tin of body cream is a soothing moisturiser made with almond, lavender and chamomile.

It’s got that spa-diffuser scent and feels super luxe to apply after a long, hot bubble bath. It’s rich and creamy and leaves my skin feeling super soft.

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