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With spring here, Vere Enviro House Cleaning Range of products covers all you need for keeping your house clean, healthy and natural. From floor cleaners and disinfectants to room sprays and washing products. The Cleaning Range offers a comprehensive guide to maintaining an antibacterial and antimicrobial environment using plant based botanical ingredients, aromatic pure essential oils and Witch Hazel Extract.
Witch Hazel Herbal Extract, distilled from the twigs and bark of the Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) plant, has wonderful properties and natural solvents. Beneficial for detergents and cleaning solutions to assist with removing stains and clean by lifting debris, grease and wax. Click image to continue.
Father's Day dates back to at least 1508 in the Roman Catholic tradition, observed on 19th March as the Feast of Saint Joseph, the fatherly ’Nourisher of the Lord’. Father’s Day was not universally celebrated in the USA until the early 20th Century with one of the first observed Father’s Day, when Sonora Smart Dodd, from Washington state, wanted to honour her Dad. Sonora was listening to a Mother’s Day sermon in church .... Click image to continue
With great excitement, Vere unveils a fresh, redesigned brand and packaging.
Timeless, trustworthy and true, Vere's new design emphasises our Australian heritage with the introduction of the Eucalyptus Leaf symbolising our dedication to natural, organic ingredients while protecting our precious earth.
Created for those seeking an effortlessly stylish, fresh, minimalist and sophisticated presence, the symbol of the Australian Eucalyptus Leaf is dedicated to the extraordinary Eucalyptus tree that defines Australia and dominates our landscapes. Click image to continue.
The Australian Eucalyptus Leaf is from the extraordinary Eucalyptus tree that defines Australia and dominates our landscapes. The first botanical collections of eucalypts was in 1770 when Daniel Solander and Joseph Banks arrived at Botany Bay with James Cook when specimens of E. gummifea and E. platyphylla were collected. In 1777, David Nelson, a botanist on the third expedition with James Cook, collected a eucalypt which was taken back to London and named Eucalyptus obiqua (derived from the Greek work ‘eucalyptos’ meaning ‘well covered’) by French botanist, Charles-Louis L’Heritier. E. oblique was published in 1788 which coincides with the first official settlement of Australia. Today there are more than 700 species of eucalyptus and most are native to Australia. Click image to continue.
Celebrations of 'Motherhood' can be traced back to ancient Greeks and Romans with the Christian ‘Mothering Sunday’ festival - a traditional celebration on the fourth Sunday in Lent, three weeks before Easter Sunday. Over the years, the tradition of ‘Mothering Sunday’ moved to a day when children would present their mothers with flowers and other tokens of love and appreciation. Central throughout however, is the Carnation flower.
Considered one of the most commonly gifted flowers for Mother’s Day as we celebrate it today, the Carnation flower has a long and esteemed tradition. Legend has it that the Carnation flower first became a symbol of a Mother’s undying love when they sprouted from the Virgin Mary’s tears shed over Jesus' suffering. Click image to continue.