Mens ‘Cameron’ Gift Box

AUD $60.00

In stock

The ‘Cameron’ Box includes:

  • Pesarre’s custom-made light and nourishing aftershave balm is readily absorbed by the skin. Made from macadamia nut oil, wattle, vitamin E, rose absolute, sandalwood, cinnamon, calendula and comfrey extracts it protects from the elements during the day.
  • Pesarre’s men’s hair and body soap is a beautifully cleansing bar soap that not only produces a soft lather for beards hair and shaving but is also wonderfully rich with organic butters and deep cleansing clays that can be used for the whole body. Made with coconut oil, olive oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, Australian clay, glycerin, sandalwood, rosewood, frankincense and ylang ylang.

Presented in a gorgeous reusable, multi-use, drawstring bag handcrafted by Gull. Made from a gorgeous linen stripe unisex fabric. Lined in cotton broadcloth and cotton rope detail. Dimension is: 21cm x 27cm.Please note, stripe design may vary.


Your purchase promotes fair trade practices — creating opportunities for our Sisters and women to gain financial independence, supporting safe and empowering working conditions, ensuring the rights of children and respecting cultural identify and diversity. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!

Your purchase directly helps lift women and their families out of poverty creating a ripple effect that strengthens the economy, breaks unwanted cycles and creates a better world.

Global Sisters seeks to empower marginalized producers and women who are excluded from mainstream employment by providing them safe working conditions, fair pay, and a means to establish a sustainable business free from exploitation.

Meet Our Sister

Celeste Iannotta, YOU ME OURS
YOU ME OURS, started in 2019 is the reiteration of an earlier business by Celeste Ianott. A lifelong passion for creating skincare and natural products from natural sources has led Celeste to set up YOU, ME OURS, which offers a range of organic earth-sourced skincare and wellbeing items made from clays and plants known to indigenous Australians, and which Celeste hopes will soon become popular with everyone else.