Vilafranca del Penedès
Psaging is an upmarket health food and beauty shop with branches across Spain, so I was kind of surprised to find a branch of Psaging in Vilafranca del Penedès, which comes across very much as a working class town. However, there it was, just like the branches in Barcelona albeit much smaller.
At Psaging in Vilafranca del Penedès you can buy all kinds of organic and natural beauty products, with decent ranges by Dr Haushka and Weleda. You can buy washing products, hair care products and cleansing items all toxin and paraben free. Yippee. You can pick up non-toxic toothpaste, shower gels, face creams, shampoos, conditioners, toners, eyecreams, lip creams and soaps. So you don’t need to smell like a vagrant’s undercarriage just because you don’t like rubbing chemicals into your precious and highly absorbent skin.
Psaging aso sell a range of supplements and vitamins, although some of them can be quite pricey.
In the grocery section of Psaging you can find gluten-free breads, raw (fairly raw at least) nuts such as cashews and walnuts, Asian products such as noodles, soya products and seaweed, different types of milk (soya, rice, almond), along with pastas and rice. You can get a ½ kilo of fairly unadulterated cashew nuts for around €7 – which is a bit of a steal.
They stock Naturya products (chlorella, maca, lucuma, wheatgrass and the like) which is awesome as I’ve not seen these products, or products elsewhere in Spain.
Great spot for picking up supplements and nuts and bio face and body care products, wheatgrass powder, chlorella, spirulina powder and maca. That’s what I buy there anyhoo.
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