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  • Get Festive with FLOWERBX


    This Christmas we are partnering with FLOWERBX to host a candle wreath-making workshop in one of our London spas. Enjoy prosecco and festive canapés while making your own table arrangement using natural materials and fresh foliage. You'll also be able to enjoy a scalp or hand massage and will take your centrepiece home at the end of the evening along with our new Winter Candle.

    Founded by Whitney Bromberg Hawkings, formerly Tom Ford's right hand woman, FLOWERBX is the flower delivery service of choice for the style set and has transformed the way people order bouquets with its single-stem, single colour arrangements which arrive at your door in chic boxes or brown paper.

    Thursday 14 December: Cowshed Primrose Hill, 6-9pm. BOOK NOW >

    Tickets costs £60 with £10 from the ticket price redeemable against our Christmas gifting range on the night.

  • Little Miss Notting Hill Gets Back to Basics


    We sent Little Miss Notting Hill to try our signature Back Cleanse - an indulgent treatment that's designed to leave skin glowing and muscles feeling seriously relaxed! Here's what she made of it...

    'Getting prepped for the festive season is just as much about writing your shopping list for others as it is drafting your own personal ‘to do’ list – who doesn’t want freshly painted festive nails and a pedi for those new heels with that new dress for the work Christmas party?! But it’s not just about the body – it’s about the mind too. Christmas can also bring with it some stresses and so it’s important to find those moments to take time out and to book something in for yourself, which is why I always love a massage at this time of year.'

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  • Christmas Shopping Events


    Making your list and checking it twice? Join us at our Carnaby Street and Clarendon Cross spas this month for a spot of stress-free Christmas shopping plus canapés and a glass of fizz. All Cowshed gifts will be 20% off during the evening and the team will be on hand to help you tick everyone off your list. It's the perfect way to start the festive season...

    Cowshed Carnaby, Thursday 9 November, 7-9pm
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    Cowshed Clarendon Cross, Thursday 30 November, 4-8:30pm
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  • Spa of the Month: Cowshed Shoreditch


    Our East London spa can be found on the ground floor of Shoreditch House, right in the heart of the buzzy Redchurch Street neighbourhood. This is the place to go for pre-party manis with your friends or a restorative massage the morning after the night before... We asked Michaela Spiers, General Manager at Cowshed Shoreditch to sum up the vibe of her spa.

    'I have been with Cowshed for three years now with hopefully more years to come. The teams we have in the spas are amazing. Everyone is passionate about what they do and our main priority is our clients.

    Cowshed Shoreditch is the best (of course)! Whether it's indulging in a body treatment in our rooms downstairs or socialising with friends during a manicure or pedicure, our atmosphere suits all. Want a relaxing treatment during your lunch break? Come and having a sitting calm treatment (exclusive to Shoreditch), the 15 minute scalp, neck and shoulder massage followed by a lower leg and foot massage will ease all your aches and pains.Then go for a cheeky cocktail in one of the many bars in the area.'

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  • Claire Menary reviews the Sleepy Cow Body Treatment


    Just because it's (finally) time to start bundling up in cosy coats and knits, it doesn't mean neglecting what's underneath. In fact, before the party season swings around, this is the perfect moment to treat post-summer skin to a little TLC while also giving your mind a chance to unwind at the same time. We sent blogger and photographer Claire Menary to try our Sleepy Cow Body Treatment at Cowshed Primrose Hill. Here's what she thought.

    'It’s coming up to that time of year when hibernation is looking pretty attractive isn’t it? The Danish concept of ‘Hygge’ has never made more sense to me. It’s time to wrap up, get cosy and wear layer after layer which often means that all those summer body rituals - all the preening and buffing - go out the window. It’s also the time that we start gearing up to one of the busiest and most stressful times of the year as people slowly wake up to the realisation that the year is almost over and - shhh, let’s say it quietly - Christmas is around the corner. Cue panic stations.

    Before you start getting caught up in silly season (it’ll be here before you know it - eek!), how about a thought for what you’re about to put your poor body through? With that in mind, perhaps it’s time for a treat?

    Nothing says a de-stress pamper quite like the Sleepy Cow Body Treatment; which is exactly what the lovely team at Cowshed booked me in to experience at their cosy outpost in Primrose Hill. On the day of my visit, I was sleep deprived, stressed out to the max and had the beginnings of an autumnal cold coming on so if that wasn’t a good starting point to test out the treatment’s primary aims of relieving tension and quietening the mind then I don’t know what is!


    As with all Cowshed locations I’ve had the pleasure of visiting, the Primrose Hill spa is a hygge haven. I popped myself downstairs to the treatment rooms and instantly felt the stresses of the day fall off my shoulders - what is it about spas having the ability to just make you feel more relaxed just by being there?

    Before the treatment even begins, I’m already in a state of heaven thanks to the heated table I throw my stressed out and tired body onto. The 75 minutes of bliss begins with a body exfoliation, focusing on the legs, then arms, and finishing with the back, scrubbing away all the day’s woes. Skin is left buffed, refreshed and positively smooth, I guarantee you’ll want to show it off.

    Next comes the massage, targeting the feet, back and neck. My therapist used just the right amount of pressure - the Goldilocks of pressure if you will - ensuring it’s not too hard to make it into a deep tissue, but not too little to just be one of those massages where you feel that all they did was rub a tonne of oil onto your skin. The relaxing blend of essential oils glide across the body - a heavenly thing to experience.

    Was I relaxed at the end of my treatment? Like you wouldn’t believe. It was as though my nightmare of a day hadn’t even happened and all was good in the world once more. There may even have been a temporary drift into a snooze towards the end too… A treatment that really lives up to its name, you’d be mad not to book yourself in.' Follow Claire @clairemenary

  • Our 2017 Advent Calendar is here!


    So popular it's now a Christmas tradition in its own right, our famous Advent Calendar is back for 2017 with a new look and a fresh selection of Cowshed classics inside. Open a door a day and discover 24 travel sized versions of our most-loved products including Cowlick Gentle Shampoo, Saucy Cow Conditioner, Wild Cow Bath & Body Oil, Knackered Cow Relaxing Body Lotion, a muslin cloth, manicure gloves and plenty more. It's the ultimate Christmas countdown...

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  • Catwalk report: Mary Katrantzou Spring/Summer 18


    In the lead up to the launch of our exclusive collaboration with Mary Katrantzou, Cowshed attended the designer’s Spring/Summer 2018 show at London Fashion Week this weekend.

    Mary is known as ‘the Queen of Print’ (as you’ll see on the Cowshed products she designed for us) and as the models walked down the catwalk this was immediately apparent. Bright, bold floral designs in vibrant colours adorned dresses and were cleverly revealed to be ‘paint by numbers’ prints with some left blank and white, as if awaiting a hand holding a colouring pencil to fill them in.

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  • Meet Lil Caldwell of Grandirosa


    Lil Caldwell of Grandirosa floral design studio is the woman behind the beautiful blooms that you'll see in all our Cowshed x Mary Katrantzou images. We asked her how she came to work with flowers, the inspiration behind the Cowshed shoot and for some expert tips to get the most out of your own arrangements at home.

    'For the shoot, we predominantly used big blooms for impact and texture. The design of the bottles was perfect inspiration! Matching the vibrant colours of the packaging, we selected English roses with the most perfect scent, different varieties of dahlias, delphiniums and stems of flowering dill, freesia and crocosmia. Very much the best of summer. Dahlias are having a 'moment' at the minute - the variety you can get in colour, size and shape makes them perfect for creating really impactful floral design. They feature in many forms in the images - blush Cafe Au Lait dahlias which are huge (sometimes they are called dinner-plate dahlias), pom-pom dahlias in vibrant corals and orange and Withy Pitt dahlias which are grown by a specialist grower in West Sussex.

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  • Cowshed x Mary Katrantzou


    This September we are thrilled to announce an exclusive collaboration with one of London’s most exciting talents, Mary Katrantzou. The award-winning designer chose four of her favourite Cowshed products (our Knackered Cow Bath & Shower Gel and Body Lotion, Cow Pat Hand Cream and Dirty Cow Hand Wash) and reimagined them with her signature use of bold colour and intricate print.  The collection will also include silk pyjamas and a range of cosmetic bags featuring the same prints - coming soon!

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  • Anna Hart Trials Our New Detox Pedi


    Anna Hart runs South Molton St Style, a fashion and lifestyle blog packed with beautiful images and helpful tips for anyone seeking a bit of style guidance or inspiration. We sent her along to our spa at The Ned to try our new Detox Pedicure - the perfect treat for post-summer feet before they go into their winter 'hibernation'...

    'It’s easy to forget about your feet when the colder months arrive with them being buried in shoes and socks, but after a summer of bright coloured nail polishes, sand and welly-clad festivals my hooves are looking anything from presentable by the time autumn comes along. Even though I go for regular massages to treat aches and pains in my back, neck and shoulders I hadn’t considered offering the same TLC to my feet.

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