Shop small: Green Angel’s Skincare Deal for Father’s Day

While Dads are generally well covered when it comes to toiletries and fragrance, a shortage of affordable skincare may be impacting their healthy good looks.  

Enter leading Irish skincare experts, Green Angel, with the launch of a new Energise men’s skincare giftset, just in time for Fathers’ Day.    

June 1st sees the launch of a fantastic men’s skincare set, in its own toiletry bag, at a truly irresistible price.  At an RRP of just €25.00, for three top-selling Green Angel products worth €50.00, even dad will be impressed by the economics of this one!  

Contents include a 30ml Green Angel Daily Moisture Face Cream, a 10ml Tea Tree Rescue Cream, and the indulgent 250ml Seaweed Bath & Shower Gel.   

The Daily Moisture Face Cream is enriched with four Irish seaweeds from the Atlantic coast. Containing vitamins, minerals, iron and magnesium, and with a sensuous Neroli fragrance, this lightweight cream can be used everyday. 

Also included is Green Angel’s Seaweed & Tea Tree Rescue Cream, Tea tree oil is a renowned natural antiseptic and, enriched with vitamin E. 

For an invigorating shower or a relaxing bath, mineral rich Seaweed Bath & Shower Gel is your only man for the men in our lives! With pure lavender, mandarin and neroli essential oils, the luxury formulation from Green Angel smells gorgeous and leaves skin feeling soft and cared for. 

In stores and online from June 1st, this Green Angel Energise giftset for men is a great choice for Fathers’ Day, or any gift occasion, especially with the focus firmly on supporting local and Irish right now.  

Shop Green Angel at, or check local retailers, including pharmacies and leading department stores like Avoca, Dunnes Stores, Shaw’s and Kilkenny Design. 

The new Green Angel flagship store, at Kilbride in Wicklow, has this new men’s gift-set too, where a delightful café adds to the enjoyment of shopping the complete skincare and homewares range.  

Green Angel is a premium Irish skincare brand, handmade in Rathcoole, in Dublin.   

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