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Mad Beauty’s bath and body Elf range lands at Boots

Right on time to spread a little Christmas cheer, Mad Beauty has launched its new Warner Bros. Elf bath and body collection at Boots stores nationwide.

The exclusive range includes 11 affordable creations including a ‘Santa! I know him’ printed face mask, a spinning Clausometer bath fizzer wheel and fruity fragranced Buddy-inspired moulded lip balms.

“We recognise that the film remains a firm Christmas favourite for so many and that really allowed us to translate some of our best loved moments from the movie into bath and body gifts that we would all love to give and receive,” commented Julia Cash, product director at Mad Beauty. “Having had copious laughs in the office coming up with innovations such as the hilarious yellow snow bath salts and fragranced bath spaghetti, the range really was a joy to evolve from concept to final product and we are so proud to see it gracing shelves this winter.”

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