Healing Earth launches online store

Healing Earth has launched an online store where patrons who find essential calm and comfort in its gentle and all-natural products can still get their fix during lockdown.

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement of a nationwide lockdown to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the coronavirus has turned the world upside down for citizens and businesses across South Africa.

Healing Earth fully supports this decision, as it believes that it is essential to work together to protect the most vulnerable people of our nation from COVID-19. However the company also wants to continue to bring calm and comfort to its patrons.

Healing Earth online stor
Healing Earth’s online store will be fully operational during the lockdown, and orders will continue to be delivered in a safe and secure way

Safe and secure deliveries

Online purchases can now be made from anywhere in South Africa. The store will be fully operational during the lockdown, and orders will continue to be delivered in a safe and secure way, enabling you to access our full range of products while still doing your part to stop the spread of the virus.

Healing hygiene

The launch could not come at a better time, as the company has just released its Healing Hygiene Duo, which is comprised of our 60% alcohol hand sanitiser and its Antibacterial Hygiene Spray to help you protect yourself and your loved ones.

In addition to these new and exciting products, Healing Earth is pleased that it can continue to provide you with its range of pampering home spa products. Self-care is more important than ever in these troubled times, and something as simple as a few drops of one of our fragrant oils in your bubble bath, or a gentle hand massage with one of our delicious balms can do wonders for your physical, mental and emotional health.



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