Liv O’Hanlon set up her organic herbal skincare business, Great Elm Physick Garden, in 2006 with a qualified medical herbalist associate. Great Elm’s products – using the traditions and herbs of the English country garden – have won many awards since, both local and national.
Before moving to Somerset and going into business, Liv had been a children’s rights campaigner for 15 years, founding The Adoption Forum, a pressure group. Before that, she was a journalist, working on many national news organisations both in Australia and the UK, and set up a media training business.
Little Herbs grew out of Great Elm Physick Garden when a client commissioned a mother-and-baby range. Little Herbs was launched Spring 2015 and consistently gains top client feedback rankings.