Holiday Stay Gift Set - Flourish Blue & Seafoam

$120.00
SKU: 62032FBSF

Relax and unwind on your holiday, weekend getaway, or while at home. Organise and keep your cosmetics, brushes, and jewellery pieces safe and free from damage with this clever gift set. Hand filled in Australia, our heat pillow is made from locally sourced ingredients that help to relax the mind and body, while relieving muscle aches and pains. Put on an eye mask and you’ll be relaxed, and ready to drift into a deep sleep.

 

Our Jewellery Cube is a registered design that has 4 individual zip compartments, a separate pouch, ring holder, and earring holder.

 

Printed in our beautiful Flourish floral print on sustainable cotton with a PU coating, our small cosmetic bag fits nicely into your handbag or carry-on luggage. The recycled polyester RPET lining features the Tonic logo.

A great everyday size for your cosmetics, toiletries, personal hygiene products, pens and pencils, medication, or anything else that takes your fancy. Great for travel sized bottles.


Large Cosmetic Bag : Sustainable Cotton with PVC Coating / Recycled Polyester Interior
Dimensions: 33 × 8 × 21 cm Weight: 135g
To keep your Tonic item in the best condition, wipe the outer and inner surfaces with a soft damp cloth. Allow to air dry thoroughly before re-using.

Jewellery Cube : Polyester Velvet / Polyester Suedette Lining with EVA Pockets
Dimensions: 12 × 12 × 7 cm Weight: 220g

Eye Mask : Sustainable Cotton / Acetate Satin
Dimensions: 10 × 2 × 20 cm Weight: 40g
Hand Wash

Heat Pillow : Polyester Velvet / Cotton
Dimensions: 40 x 14 x 3cm Weight: 800g
Ingredients: Barley and Lavender
Directions for use: Place your heat pillow in the microwave on high for 2 mins. Remove and gently place on body area. To cool, place in refrigerator until desired temperature. Not for use in Flatbed microwaves.
Spot Clean Only. Meets Australian and New Zealand Standards for Microwavable Heat Packs AS/NZS 5116:2016

All items Designed in Australia, Made in China
Heat Pillow filled and finished in Australia