© Doozle 2018
No animal testing on any of our products.
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A small ethical company producing  safe and luxurious natural skin care products that promote skin health and a sense of well-being.
Important information for delivery outside the UK. If you are ordering for posting to Europe there is a £1.00 surcharge and for non European orders a  £2.00 surcharge applies. I am afraid shipping costs are so high now, we lose on every order we send abroad . This is a one off payment no matter what size your order. Just press once. No orders will be despatched without this payment.  Europe post surcharge £1.00 Non-European post surcharge £2.00
This has a developing range of bootees, shoes, cardigans and jumpers for babies and toddlers, all designed and hand-knitted with love and care in the softest and most luxurious yarns; baby alpaca, cotton, Merino wool, cashmere and silk.  Perfect for delicate baby skin. Please check it out and remember BabyDoozle for that precious baby gift. To BabyDoozle To BabyDoozle To our shop
           We only use safe, 100% natural and pure ingredients; NO synthetics.
This fabulous new product is the ultimate in luxurious facial oils. Containing the very highest quality oils, it is scented with heavenly pure rose essential oil. Absolute bliss!   These are our two latest products that have become best sellers this year. Rose Otto Facial Oil This beautiful little tin will be your must-have once you have tried it. It smells incredibly good - of orange blossom and sweet oranges - and it has a soft, light texture.  We find this particularly good after washing our hands when out and about.   Lovely as a little gift and suitable for anyone over the age of three years.  Orange Blossom Hand Cream 30ml pipette bottle £37.00 5ml dropper bottle   £6.50 15ml  Tin   £4.50 More Info. More Info.
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Having undertaken an Open University social work degree I worked in child protection social work for the NSPCC for eighteen years, managing a family support centre. In 2006 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and had six months away from work while I underwent treatment. During this six months, as well as doing a lot of gardening, I also spent many hours researching possible causes and links. When I returned to work I had decided that one thing I could do quite easily was to ensure that I removed all toxins, carcinogens and hazardous ingredients from my skin care products. This wasn't quite as easy as I thought as ingredient lists on products are in INCI terminology (International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients), the writing is always tiny and some labels have to actually be peeled back to be able to see the ingredients.  I took voluntary redundancy from my job in 2008 and started making my own skin care products.  These went down so well with family and friends that I decided to set up my own business. This wasn't exactly straightforward due to the many and varied EU regulations on cosmetic safety. I took several courses on making products, found a chemist specialising in safety assessments, organised insurance, started experimenting and have never looked back. After two years I realised I needed a dedicated space for manufacturing so had a workshop added to the house.  I still make all of the products by hand in small batches. I have help and support from Keith with IT, labelling and setting up events. I am also fortunate enough to have good friends and a granddaughter (nickname as a baby Doozle or Doozle-icious) who seem to enjoy helping out at events sometimes which means I can actually go to the loo and get a cup of tea! Do come and chat to me if you see me at an event. Jill    I am always being asked this question so…..here goes. I was born in Essex but spent most of my childhood in Devon. As an adult I have moved around the country (London, Reading, Devon and Cornwall) ending up in Wiltshire since 1984. I am married to Keith, have two sons and five grandchildren. Most of my working life was spent in 'caring' roles; working with young children, older people and young people going through tough times.
                  How and why did ‘Doozle’ come about?
© Doozle 2018
Salisbury Sunday Christmas Market
Our last outing for 2018 and so, once again, come and get in the Christmas spirit with us! We’re hoping for lovely dry weather as this is our last outdoor event but if it rains then come and huddle under our gazebo, check out our special Christmas offers! The Christmas outdoor market (with carol singers and mulled wine) as well as a real ice rink will be close at hand.  Doozle will be in Salisbury Market Square on 2nd December from 10am - 4pm.   Come and buy Doozle and BabyDoozle before Christmas.