Companies who make these natural products
Plastic free cosmetics
Companies who make these natural products
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We only stock the best plastic-free brands. They make beautiful, natural, vegan products and are continually thinking about ways to be more sustainable. They're innovative and adventurous and we love them all for caring so much. Here's a little bit more about them.
We're always on the look-out for more brands. If you know of any then please share. And if you are a brand that shares our ethos, get in touch.
Family firm Bain and Savon have been making handmade soaps from all natural ingredients since 2002. Over the years they have extended their range to include foot scrubs, bubble bath crumble and make-up products such as mascara - all with no plastic packaging.
All their products are made of natural ingredients and cruelty-free, They are also free from parabens, SLS and palm oil.
From her workshop in Clerkenwell, London, Balancing Act founder Hollie hand-pours each candle.
She's also put a lot of time and effort into making sure that her candles not only smell divine, but are as sustainable as possible. They come in plastic-free glass jars with aluminium lids and are made of vegan soy wax.
Blushberry Botanicals uses only natural plant-based ingredients in their range of luxury, plastic-free skincare.
The company was launched in Scotland in 2017 by Lorraine Tait. She was increasingly concerned about the impact of chemicals in mass produced cosmetics, after studying botany and chemistry for her degree and training as a nurse.
Completely vegan, Blushberry products use organic ingredients wherever possible. And Lorraine is always trying to eliminate waste, including plastic packaging.
Our belief at Dancing Barefoot is that small sustainable swaps can make a big difference to the plastic problem. And our reusable face cloths are a quick and easy answer to the waste created by single-use facial wipes. Made of soft and durable organic cotton and hemp, they're produced for us by Zero Waste Shopper - a
like-minded company based in Edinburgh who specialise in sustainable homeware items.
Fit Pit are helping to revolutionise the way we buy deodorant with their deodorant creams. Made in the UK by The Green Woman Company since 2013, they are totally plastic-free, inside and out.
Handmade in small batches, they contain only natural ingredients and are also free from aluminium salts, parabens, BPAs, palm oil and petrochemicals. They're also suitable for vegans.
Friendly Soap started producing handmade, ethical, natural soaps in 2008 in Yorkshire, England. And since then have branched out into lots of other goodies such as shaving bars and facial cleansers.
They use a good ole fashioned cold press to manufacture the bars, which are totally biodegradable. Their products are vegan and have never been tested on animals. They are also free from parabens and SLS. Best of all, Friendly Soap are totally plastic-free, with no microbeads in the soaps and packaging is 100% recycled and biodegradable.
Funky Soap hand make all their products in small batches from their workshop in East London. And they only use natural ingredients when making them, such as pure oils and butters.
They do not use SLS, parabens or harmful preservatives and any palm oil that is included in ingredients is certified sustainable.
Their range of products includes lots of wonderfully enticing combos (chocolate & orange soap...!). And they have also been approved as cruelty-free by the International 'Leaping Bunny' programme.
Green Creams are the latest products from The Green Woman company, and they are well worth the wait. The range of luxury face and body creams were launched in January 2020 and consists of face moisturisers and body lotions.
All the creams are packaged in glass jars with metal lids. They are made of 100% plant-based, organic ingredients, are cruelty-free and are also suitable for vegans..
Founder Mary-Anne established her natural skincare company, Heavenly Organics, with a desire to make products from a few, simple ingredients. She wanted to move away from the chemical compositions of traditional High Street brands. And the result is a range of beauty products that are, quite simply, heavenly.
All the Heavenly Organics range is vegan, organic (obviously!), made from natural ingredients and doesn't contain any palm oil.. It is also totally plastic-free.
From their workshop in gorgeous mid Wales the team at 'Ku.tis Skincare handmake skincare products using only natural - and mostly organic - ingredients. They have built up their business over the last five years proving that nature provides everything that's needed to care for our skin.
They are are committed to using sustainable, plastic-free packaging and also only choose to use ingredients from reputable and ethical suppliers.
There's no plastic to be found anywhere in Love the Planet's make-up. Just simple ingredients which are combined to make beautiful cosmetics.
Established in 2002, the brand offers a range of loose mineral powder make-up sold in cute refillable tins. And refills are available in compostable packets made of paper with biodegradable celluose and starch - saving you money and cutting waste in the long run. What's not to love?
All Love the Planet products are vegan. They are also free from parabens and palm oil.
The women at Pura have combined their serious concerns for the environment with their delight for fun and irresistable cosmetics in their selection of Lip Balms and Lip Scrubs.
Their range features lots of fruity and exotic flavours, with many based on favourite cocktails. And customers can enjoy them fully, knowing that all the ingredients are vegan, cruelty-free and naturally based.
Even better, all Pura's packaging is totally plastic-free, with many items such as their glass jars being recycled as well as recyclable.