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The Conscious Christmas Pop Up

We have combined our forces with the beautiful ladies at Amaella.com to organise a Christmas Pop Up in the very heart of London on the 14th December. For only one day, we will be introducing local brands that have gone the ethical way and their sustainable, eco-friendly products. If you[…]

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Pure Light Botanics

We are delighted to feature Pure Light Botanics products because we really think they are luxury quality with an earth-conscious background. They have an amazingly varied range from bath and body care to pet care products and they also have delightful candles. All their products are effective, natural and smell beautiful. What[…]

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Soap & Co. natural soap with a social purpose

There are great top quality soap brands that have luxury finishes and there are other brands that, on top of this, have an amazing social purpose at the background of it all. Soap & Co. crafts beautifully natural soaps in a factory that employs visually impaired people through a programme[…]

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Ami Iyök: Truly natural advanced ecosmetics

Ami Iyök is the name that the Bribrí tribe in Costa Rica give to their mother nature. They believe in using what nature provides as beauty and healing treatments. This is what inspired the birth of the brand and it’s at the top of their philosophy. Ami Iyök defines perfectly[…]

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Pai Skincare, natural formulas for sensitive skin

If you have sensitive skin you’ll probably understand how much of a struggle it is to find products that are suitable for your skin condition and that aren’t going to make things worse. There are hundreds of products marketed to be hypoallergenic and formulated specifically for sensitive and delicate skin[…]

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Haeckels, made of Margate

I have to confess that in this particular case, it was my husband who introduced me to high-end cosmetics. With time, I have been moving further away from average-cheap cosmetic brands to those who are meant to be a bit more natural. And I say “are meant to be” because[…]

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