Because looking your best doesn’t have to cost the Earth…
We think real beauty is about what’s inside. But we also know that sometimes looking your best can give you just the boost you need to shine.
If you fancy treating yourself to some lovely beauty goodies but hate the thought of slathering yourself in nasty chemicals and harsh products, why not take a sneak peak at these eco friendly, ethical beauty suppliers…
How to be So Organic
Selling brands such as Simply Soaps and Lily Lolo Make Up, So Organic is so much more than just a beauty supplier. The eco friendly website also has a fantastic blog covering everything eco from articles about sustainable living to beauty. There is also a handy helpline if you need some advice about the products or simply want a chat about becoming more green!
Our noses are always lovingly caressed with tantalising smells when we walk by Lush! And their company ethics aren’t bad either – committed to buying ingredients from companies that don’t test on animals, all products are also made by hand. Not only do they smell gorgeous but look divine! Check out their Youtube page to see how they make your favourite Lush products now.
Be one of the Green People
Hailed as one of the biggest names in organic beauty in the UK, Green People offer 100% natural products and with all products suitable for vegetarians and many registered with the Vegan Society… you really can’t go wrong with paying them a visit. They also have a brilliant deals, like £5 gift vouchers with every order or freebies. What are you waiting for?
Have some Faith In Nature
Faith In Nature have over 30 years’ experience and use only naturally sourced ingredients. Not only do they stock all sorts of beauty products, they also sell cleaning products so you can keep your home toxin-free too. If you sign up to Faith In Nature you can earn loyalty points every time you shop and receive free samples of new products! Being green really is rewarding, in more ways than one.
Here comes the science bit…
GC articles show you one of four ways (the one in bold) to live greener…
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