It’s a classic rags-to-riches tale: In 1779, the young Brit James Atkinson left his family’s home village to make a name for himself in London. His ambition helped him overcome his humble beginnings, and Atkinson gained his first taste of success when he created a rose-scented shaving balm made with a foundation of—what else?—bear fat. His brother soon joined him in the city, and they started scouring the world for rare and precious ingredients to meet the growing demand for their beauty products. To this day, J.E. Atkinsons remains a leading UK apothecary company, and it continues to search the globe for the best brands to promote through its distribution channels. Recently, it set out to bring the revered I Coloniali line from Italy to the non-Mediterranean masses. I Coloniali’s luxe products incorporate actives sourced from the Far East that have seldom been seen outside their respective native countries—until now.
Globetrotting products with a purpose. Like its parent company J.E. Atkinsons, I Coloniali casts a wide net to source the active ingredients in its treatments, going as far as Tibet and North Africa to find the rarest plants and minerals. All their products are designed to accomplish universal goals like softening, reviving, and exfoliating skin. Plus, their luxurious quality makes them beloved by European spas.
From glass to cork, I Coloniali’s eco-friendly packaging is completely natural and devoid of synthetic substances.
Transform your shower experience with the fragrant Invigorating Tibetan Shower Cream, which is made with eastern rhubarb to cleanse and strengthen skin. Afterwards, get a backrub with the Deep Massage Body Cream, a heavenly myrrh-scented treatment that exfoliates as it softens.